Kaminari-daki Waterfall

Travel Guide - Kaminari-daki Waterfall

Information

Kaminari-daki Waterfall (Thunder waterfall) is so called because of its thunderous noise.
The waterfall is also called "Urami-no-taki (Back-view waterfall)" because you can see this 30-meter high and 5-meter wide waterfall from its behind.
It is truly breathtaking to see the water falling up close.
The waterfall is designated as a place of scenic beauty by Takayama village.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 35 minutes taxi ride from Suzaka Station on the Nagaden Nagano Line (N13)

Address / Location

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