Kenshin Falls, Hayakawa-cho

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  • Famous tourist attractions near Lake Abata. A little back hill from Dam Lake? I stopped by because I saw a waterfall where water was falling from near the top of the mountain. You can drive into the parking lot and you will be able to see the basin 10 m away. It may be the day after the heavy rain, but it is impressive to see the 42-meter fall from near the top.
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  • It is in a dead end place through the Rain field Lake of the prefectural Road 810. Locality, the point that is a dead end, and the Rain field lake itself becomes a very vacant place because there is no attracting power as sightseeing. However, it is important to be careful until you arrive because there are many dumps of the construction relation of the narrow point and rain field Lake. It seems to have become a name now named by the governor of the prefecture in 1950 when it is read, and it seems to have been called a simple waterfall in old times. The waterfall itself is said to be 55m and 42m, and when you look at the waterfall, you refreshing know which is right... There used to be a log house and a water mill in front of the waterfall, but now I can park my car right next to the waterfall because it is a parking lot in a vacant area. (There is a restroom) Moreover, I think that it is sure to be impressed because the appearance becomes the shape which appears suddenly in front of eyes. There are not so many volumes of water, but the surrounding ground is often fragile, and when I went, the downstream of the waterfall became the sediment, and the flow of a beautiful river was far from the situation. Seemed to have penetrated the ground (see photos). There is a sign of "bear-infested attention" on the fence of the waterfall, "Well, I want to see if there is such a splendid waterfall as a bear!" It is a scenery that I want to say. I think that the season of the autumnal leaves is surely splendid.
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