Onogawa Fudo Falls ,Fukushima ,Japan

Address -: Onogawa Fudo Falls ,Kitashiobara ,Fukushima ,Japan

Onogawa spring water is located in Bandai Asahi National Park (Nishi-Azuma Renge) and is also called "Hyakuten Shimizu". The origin of its naming is because it is said that spring water continues to blow out constantly "worth more than one hundred".
In the upper stream of the Onogawa, "immovable waterfall" shows its dignified figure, you can see directly the image of the famous waterfall that seems to be more than 20 meters in height. 
Onogawa Yusui are original sources of streams flowing into "Onogawa Lake" in Bandai Asahi National Park. The lake is one of those which were created by eruption of Bandai Mountain in 1888. 
A round-shaped spring quietly sits in forest, it can be observed that fresh water jets out from bottom of the spring. The spring water source is called "100 kan Spring" (kan is old monetary unit) due to an episode that the spring was so highly profiled and valued.
You can reach on this location, Drop at "Inawashiro" station on JR Ban-Etsu Nishi Line, take a bus for Ura Bandai Kogen, Drop at "Goshiki Numa Iriguchi (Entrance of Goshiki Numa Pond), and 15 minutes by taxi to springs. By car, drop at "Inawashiro Bandai Kogen" interchange on Ban-Etsu expressway, 12 km from "Goshiki-numa" crossing via national route no. 115 and 459.

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