Shiraito-no-taki Falls (in Karuizawa)

Travel Guide - Shiraito-no-taki Falls (in Karuizawa)

Information

Shiraito-no-taki Falls is one of the major tourist spots in Karuizawa.
The falls located along the Shiraito Highland Way is only 3 meters in height but 70 meters in width.
The source of Shiraito-no-taki Falls is the subsoil water of Mt. Asama-yama, so there is no river above the falls.
The water running off the wide rock face looks like a curtain of white threads.
The falls is brightly lit up in August.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 20 minutes from JR Karuizawa Station by the bus bound for Kita-Karuizawa or Kusatsu. Get off at Shiraito-no-Taki Bus stop.

Address / Location

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