Yomogi Fudo-taki Waterfalls

Travel Guide - Yomogi Fudo-taki Waterfalls

Information

If you walk or drive one kilometer down a road leading away from Prefecture Route 81 (Kiyosumi-Yoro Line) in the Yomogi District, and go another 150 meters into the mountains, you will find a sanctuary tucked away in the woods.
There you will find a set of waterfalls 10 meters in height and 8 meters wide.
The larger waterfall is aptly named "Odaki (male waterfall)" and the smaller is called "Medaki (female waterfall)".
The waterfalls are spectacular after a downpour, especially among the fresh green of early summer and the vibrant colors of late autumn (mid-November to early-December).
A truly amazing area amongst the autumn colors, there is a waterfall observation post and hiking path built for nature walks.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 20 minutes from JR Awa-Amatsu Station by the bus bound for Kiyosumi. Get off at Yomogi Bus stop, then walk 15 minutes.

Address / Location

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