Sanjo Falls ,Hinoemata, Fukushima, Japan

Address -: Sanjo Falls ,Hinoemata, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan

Sanjonotaki Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in Japan, 100m tall and 30m wide. Because it collects all the water from Ozegahara, the wetland nearby, a huge amount of water passes through the falls. Such a large amount of water roaring down the falls is a spectacular view. The name Sanjo (meaning “triple rows”) comes from the fact that the waterfall splits into three rows when the water level is low.
Sanjō Falls a waterfall in Hinoemata, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, on the Tadami River in Oze National Park. It is one of "Japan’s Top 100 Waterfalls", in a listing published by the Japanese Ministry of the Environment in 1990. Although the trekking course from Ozegahara is a famous path, it is a highly undulating mountain route with a rough surface. You would be better to not take on the challenge unless you are definitely confident in your physical strength.
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