Setoai-kyo Canyon

Travel Guide - Setoai-kyo Canyon

Information

Setoai-kyo Canyon is a beautiful gorge which stretches two kilometers from Nokado-bashi Bridge to Kawamata Dam.
Enjoy terrific views from the observation deck near the dam or the delightful Watarasshai-tsuribashi Suspension Bridge.
From mid-October to early-November, the place is crowded with visitors who come to see the colorful autumn leaves.
The canyon is selected as one of the best 100 sightseeing spots in Japan.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 75 minutes from Kinugawa Onsen Station on the Tobu Railway by the bus bound for Meotobuchi Onsen via Kawaji Onsen. Get off at Kawamata Heikezuka Bus stop,

Address / Location

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