Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall

Travel Guide - Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall

Information

Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall is located at the source of clear water, Hirai-gawa River.
It is the greatest waterfall in Hinode Town and consists of three levels; The first is a drop of 8.5 meters, the second is 12 meters and the third is 15 meters.

You can also go to the summit of Mt. Hinode-yama from here through Shiraiwa-no-Taki Waterfall Hiking Course.
It takes about 95 minutes from the waterfall.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 17 minutes from JR Musashi-Istukaichi Station by the bus bound for Tsuru Tsuru Onsen. Get off at Shiraiwa-no-Taki Bus stop, then walk 20 minutes.

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