Yudaki Waterfall

The icy waters of the mountain Lake Yunoko abruptly drop 70m in height over the course of 110m. Between the rocks, the plume of white smoke generated, which is accompanied by a deafening noise, can be observed from several wooden platforms. At the base of the falls is the start of the wonderful Senjogahara nature trail along the Yugawa River, which is much quieter. In winter, partly subjugated by ice and surrounded by trees weighed down by snow, the waterfall becomes almost silent.

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Okunikko’s natural assets

In the upper reaches of the sacred city, the mountainous region of Okunikko is stunning in every season. While the cedars planted in the late 17C serve as a backdrop for the temples and shrines down in the valley, at altitude the lakes, moors and rivers surrounding Lake Chuzenji complement the perfectly formed cone of the Nantai volcano to create a fabulous landscape.
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Lake Yunoko Lake Yunoko
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Hike on the Senjogahara Marshland Hike on the Senjogahara Marshland
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Ryuzu Waterfall Ryuzu Waterfall
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Hiking trail from the Odashirogahara observatory platform to Ryuzu Waterfall Hiking trail from the Odashirogahara observatory platform to Ryuzu Waterfall
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Lake Chuzenji Boat House Lake Chuzenji Boat House
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Cruise on Lake Chuzenji Cruise on Lake Chuzenji
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