Toei-Town Tsuta-no-Fuchi Falls (Furikusa Keikoku Valley)
The spectacular “Okumikawa Niagara Falls”
This great waterfall that sends water from 10 meters high and 70 meters in width crashing into the Ochisegawa River has the odd nickname of “The Niagara Falls of Okumikawa.” The waterfall is bound up with the legend of a Dragon King, said to grant the wish of any person who rings the Dragon King Bell there. It is also said in legends that the waterfall’s stream is connected to the Dragon Palace. Literally meaning “Ivy's Deep Pool,” it is one of the most sought attractions of the Furikusa Keikoku Valley.