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Nachi Otaki, Nachikatsura-cho
(4.6/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
Part of the Kii Mountain Range World Heritage Site, Nachi Otaki represents Japan's tallest waterfall with a single uninterrupted drop, an impressive spectacle to behold. Short trails from the foot of the falls take you up and offer a closer look at the cascade and an old Shinto shrine. Put Nachi Otaki on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Nachikatsura-cho vacation route planner.
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  • Nachi Japan three has become one of the great waterfalls falls are indeed large gap that 133 m a lot of water. It is quite different from Endowment only popularity falls, etc. Was condemned as the climbers climbed the Nachi falls in 2012, was arrested ("Jadu climber' and SATO, Yusuke Piore d'Or award-winning author Miyagi kimihiro, et al), so to act, but I would rather they cheer if you want is. From think should be blamed is the Act of monopoly is a single shrine called Nachi falls to expel others. Nachi Falls all share the wealth should be!
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  • The waterfall feels closer to home. Not crowded, so nice to shoot. Water of life water? longevity can drink 100 yen. Or unclear, even in the precincts of the Nachi shrine have water of the same name. Here is free of charge.
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  • Much more than just a waterfall, since ancient times it has been viewed as an important deity and therefore has important cultural significance in Japan. It should be approached with respect and an op...  more »