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Kanba Falls

Japan, Kanba, Maniwa City, Okayama Prefecture 717-0004

Kanba Falls boasts a scale of 110m in height and 20m in width. Walk for about 5 minutes along the well-maintained promenade to get to Takishita. You will be overwhelmed by the scenery of the waterfall cascading down the cliff. The waterfall is characterized by the fact that it is a tiered waterfall dotted with many small waterfalls. It is truly an art created by nature. The beauty of the surrounding valley is spectacular, and the season of fresh greenery in early summer and autumn leaves is especially recommended. It has been selected as one of ``Japan's 100 Views'' and ``Japan's 100 Best Waterfalls.'' There are also said to be close to 200 wild monkeys living near the waterfall. The monkeys will welcome you with their charm.

Business Time

8:30-17:15 (last reception 16:30) Closed: December 29th to January 3rd

Website https://www.maniwa.or.jp/web/index.cgi?c=spot-2&pk=2
Access
  • ・About 30 minutes from Yonago Expressway Kuze IC or Yubara IC Parking: 94 regular cars, 9 buses ・About 10 minutes by taxi from JR Chugoku Katsuyama Station
Language 日本語
Other Price: 300 yen for adults, 150 yen for elementary and junior high school students
Last Update : 2024.02.16   Okayama Prefecture Tourism Federation

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