Kanba waterfall

Selected as one of the top hundred waterfalls and also as one of the top hundred landscapes of Japan, Kanba Waterfall is prided as one of the most impressive waterfalls in western Japan. Kanba Waterfall packs a punch with its height of over 100 m and 20 m wide and falling water gushing past the shiny black cliffs creating a mystical white sheet of spray at the bottom. Located downstream from the Kanba Waterfall is another smaller waterfall called the “Bamboo Curtain” which resembles a curtain with the water pouring over grass that looks like a roof to the “Demon’s Hole”, a cave hollowed out by limestone. Around the area of Kanba Waterfall is a well-maintained nature park where the seasons of fresh green and falling leaves of autumn in the forests are especially beautiful and are also home to around 200 wild monkeys.

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