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Shinshiro-City Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall

  • Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall
  • Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall
  • Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall

Part of the Tokaitsu River, a branch of the Toyo River, Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall has a height of approximately 15 meters. This famous waterfall boasts the greatest volume of water out of all the waterfalls in the Okumikawa region and creates a mysterious beauty together with the surrounding greenery.

  • Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall
  • Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall
  • Narusawa-no-Taki Waterfall

SPOT OVERVIEW

Location : 80 Kodaki, Tsukude Moriyoshi, Shinshiro-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Parking : Available
Restrooms : Available

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ACCESS

  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •37 min. (25km) from Shinshiro I.C. of the Shin-Tomei Expressway.
    •Approx. 50 min. (43km) from Toyokawa I.C.

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