Todoroki Waterfalls were selected as one of the 100 best Japanese waterfalls. This waterfall which boasts of being the largest in Shikoku, has the feature of a superb resounding thunderous roaring and ground trembling. The waterfall is also enshrined at Todoroki Shrine and Ryuo-ji Temple. Various large and small waterfalls occur in succession upstream such as Ookarasu-Kokarasu falls and Torigaeshi falls, and as a general term, the waterfalls are also called “Todoroki Kujuku-taki Waterfalls”.
Tokushima Prefecture Kaifu-gun, Kaiyo-cho, King surplus Uotani (AnanArea)
- Tokushima Prefecture Kaifu-gun, Kaiyo-cho, King surplus Uotani [ map ]
- Free visit
- open everyday
- Parking Lot
- Credit Card
- Not available
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- Route from this Station Route from this Bus Stop Route from this IC Route from this Parking
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The southeastern corner of Shikoku is home to Tokushima prefecture, a region celebrated for its luscious nature and the nation's favorite Awa Odori, an energetic dance to which an annual summer festival has been dedicated. Keeping the upbeat tempo, whirlpools excite the Naruto sea off Tokushima, while inland, dramatic cliffs line the Iya Valley, promising unrivaled views of vast and vibrant scenery.