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Anmon-no-taki Waterfalls暗門の滝

Waterfall

Shirakami-Sanchi became Japan's first World Heritage Site in 1993 because it's home to a variety of rare plants and animals. Anmon-no-taki Waterfalls in the Shirakami Mountains consists of three cascades. The first waterfall at the top is 42 meters high, the second is 37 meters high, and the third is 26 meters high. A walking path and boardwalk connect the Anmon Rest Area to the first waterfall via the Anmon Valley Route, but since there's the danger of falling rocks in some spots, hikers need to report that they are using the trail. Advanced booking is recommended for hiring a guide to go with you.

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Aomori Pref. Nakatsugarugunnishimeyamura Kawaratai Okawazoe

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Walking freedom
* Early July. Opening Scheduled

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Aomori Pref. Nakatsugarugunnishimeyamura Kawaratai Okawazoe [ map ]

Hours
Walking freedom
* Early July. Opening Scheduled
Closed
Walking freedom
* Early July. Opening Scheduled
There are also Sunday which can not be strolled by the weather.
Fees
Free
※ However, after submitting a toll notification and wearing a helmet, it will be a walk through your own responsibility.The 2nd waterfall is undergoing simple maintenance.
Parking Lot
Available(160spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

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