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Japan’s Waterfall List: Where To Go For Some of Nature’s Most Stunning Scenes

In Japan there are lists for nearly anything you could think of. Some of the most famous lists are the 100 Famous Mountains, The Three Great Gardens of Japan, and the Three Views of Japan (also the Three Major Night Views of Japan). However, this time around we’ll be focusing on one of the many nature lists, namely the ‘Nihon no Taki, Hyakusen’, or 100 Waterfalls of Japan made by the Ministry of the Environment in 1990. Let’s take a look at some of Japan’s most famous waterfalls!

Travelling in Tohoku: the Gems of Fukushima Prefecture

The southernmost prefecture of the sublime Tohoku region, Fukushima is the closest getaway from Tokyo to experience this region’s unique beauty and cultural richness. From stunning natural wonders to historic towns, Fukushima prefecture highlights the best sights and experiences Japan has to offer. Come with us on a tour of this must-see travel location, which has undergone a recent renaissance.

Tohoku Travel Guide: Uncovering Japan's Best-Kept Secret

Easily accessible from Tokyo, the Tohoku region is a true gem that visitors to Japan should not miss out on. Stretching from the prefecture of Fukushima, just north of Tokyo, to Aomori Prefecture, south of Hokkaido, the Tohoku region offers heaps of sublime natural landscapes every season and off-the-beaten-path travel opportunities. A must-see destination all year long, with enjoyable local festivals and delicious culinary specialties, read through our Tohoku travel guide to plan your next Japan vacation!



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