This page introduces "Fukuroda-no-Taki (Fukuda Waterfall) ". It is one of the most famous waterfalls in Japan, located about 2.5 hours drive north of Tokyo. The waterfall looks elegant from a distance, but when you get closer to it, the water volume is surprisingly large. In the winter, the water freezes over. Why not experience a quiet world where time seems to stand still?
Photos of Fukuroda-no-Taki
Map of Fukuroda-no-Taki
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