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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Water falls in style at Unazawa. Pass by the Mitsukama-no-taki Waterfall—located a 10-minute walk from Unazawa Park—and follow the river on your left to its bigger brother, Nejire-no-taki Waterfall. Nejire-no-taki has a 10.8-meter drop and travels down in the shape of the Japanese character "ku." The climb to the third waterfall, Otaki, is a bit steeper than before. It is a bigger waterfall and will reward you with the spectacular scene and mighty sound of water plunging down a height of 23 meters.
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