Fukiwarenotaki Falls, Numata

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A rapid stream gushing down and hitting the river bottom with huge force will mesmerize you and make you feel like you'll get sucked into the mouth of Fukiwarenotaki Falls. About 7 m (21 ft) high and 30 m (90 ft) wide, the waterfall got its name after a giant split rock at its mouth, which creates a complicated rock pattern resembling Niagara Falls. The hiking route to the waterfall takes an hour to complete and you can visit a number of hot springs along the way. Visited by a million people each year, the waterfall sits a 40-minute bus ride from Numata through scenic villages and nature, some three hours from Tokyo by public transport. To visit Fukiwarenotaki Falls on your holiday in Numata, and find out what else Numata has to offer, use our Numata visit planning site .
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  • The day before was rainy, so I was worried about the turbidity of the water, but it was more beautiful than I expected. The scale of the waterfall is not comparable to Niagara Falls, but it is powerful. The dog also went with me, but it was raining, so I needed to be careful at my feet. When i walked from the middle of the stairs to the upstream side, there was a bridge, and there was ukijima Kannondo ahead, and i was able to get the red seal of may 1, Reiwa year. I took a break from eating ice cream at the shop next to the parking lot, and it was just right.
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  • I came to The Falls of Fukibei, which is called Niagara Falls in the East, but I've been here a lot, but I've never stopped by. The "Taki no Station Blowing" that i just parked is free, and it's also good to see the waterfall for free. If you look down... oh, wow, I thought this was a blowing crack, but this was a trout waterfall. At this time of year, the snow melt water is also the cause of the power. Is this the head of the family? It's great, but niagara in the East is a little exaggerated. I haven't seen Niagara Falls yet, but it's a completely different scale. It's a disgrace to the Japanese people, and it's a hype and falsehood. What I want to see at the waterfall now is The Name Ifalls in Tateyama Yamanaka, Toyama Prefecture. It's not even Nachi Falls in Hua.. Now, i'll tell you if there's a revisit of this waterfall.
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