Matsuki-keikoku Valley is sometimes referred to as “the Grand Canyon of Japan.” The barren cliffs towering over the ravine give the feeling that you are lost in a wasted parallel universe.
The scenery was made by wildfires and smoke hazards occurred in the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912).
In winter, you can see the rock faces covered with white snow and frozen waterfalls which look like large ice walls.
- Open 24 hours
- No closing days
Access / Public Transport
- 45 minutes walk from Mato Staton on Watarase Keikoku Line
Address / Location
- BEE | Jaguar360 @jaguarninja360 - 2018-01-22
- Tony Grant @TonyinTokyo - 2017-02-21