Three Waterfalls of Kuroyama

  • Published on : 08/04/2018
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The Three Waterfalls of Kuroyama (Kuroyama Santaki): The Three Waterfalls consist of the Odaki (11 meters) and the Medaki (5 meters) located right next to each other, as well as the Tengu Taki (14 meters) which crashes into a narrow gorge near by.

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