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Kamuiwakka Hot Falls, Shari-cho

Categories: Hot Springs, Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
Warm yourself in Kamuiwakka Hot Falls, where a mountainside natural spring pumps volcanically heated water to the surface. Wear some sturdy shoes for your trip upstream, and bring along some towels and swim gear so you can take a dip in the pools. Take care traversing the potentially dangerous rocks; also note that the acidic water will sting your eyes on contact, and probably shouldn't be ingested. For Kamuiwakka Hot Falls and beyond, use our Shari-cho trip builder to get the most from your Shari-cho vacation.
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  • If you think that falls from falls now flows into the sea in quite a wonderful sight. If many of the falls is near the headwaters of river in the heart of the mountains. Hokkaido is just wide but not. It's you can see here a strange Wonderland.
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  • Kamuiwaka falls is the remotest in the Shiretoko peninsula, can be used for transportation. Exactly, say unexplored in the unexplored regions of Japan. At the visitor center, and swimsuit iboibo we bought boots. There is danger and waterfall is a moderate slope, slippery, so be careful not to katsuraku. That water was cold at first, but he said water falls, have been getting warm. Prue on depression had become a natural open-air bath.
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  • 2 grade son climbed up. Adults Shiretoko walked back home, so I was wearing wellies and parent-child (Hunter calf length) of the location without getting wet if you wear boots and also skate. (My son is barefoot from the beginning) seems so much fun, this waterfall seen from the ship at a later date "also want to climb a ~" and said.
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