Kegon Falls (Kegon no Taki)
The Kegon Falls is one of the most splendid three falls in Japan. The lake water spilled from Lake Chuzenji falls down the 97 meter high perpendicular cliff all at once. The wonderful scenery of nature with the roar of the falls is really overwhelming.
You can see the powerful falls closer by going down 100 meters to Kanbakudai (a waterfall observation spot) by elavator.
Ryuzu Falls (Ryuzu-no-Taki)
This falls is at the point where the Yukawa river flows into Lake Chuzenji. It was named “Ryuzu (dragon head)” as the upper part of the falls is divided into two and falls down, which looks like a dragon twisting its body. The falls is 60 meters high and 210 meters long. This place is also known for beautiful azaleas in spring, and red leaves in autumn.
The water of this falls is flown out of Lake Yunoko, and falls down from the top of the 75 meter high and 25 meter wide rock wall.
Kirifuri Falls (Kirifuri no Taki)
This falls of 2 steps 15 meters wide and 75 meters high is in the deep forest. It was named “Kirifuri (fog falls)” as the water scattering after hitting rocks on the way down looks like fog.