Kumano Nunobiki Falls

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Kumano Nunobiki Falls (熊野布引の滝) is one of 100 best Japanese waterfalls located in Kumano, Mie Prefecture. It is four-step waterfalls, 53m high in total. It was formed on Kumano Granite for over thousands of years. Nunobiki literary means lied towel. Because this waterfalls has light slop, there is no sound when water fall. So, people named Nunobiki because it is just like a towel hanging over the cliff. It has great Autumn leaves in Fall.

Tourist Info.
There is parking.
Street is not in great condition. So, be careful when you drive.

You need a car.
Drive 311 from Kuman down town.
change to 780.
Make left to Hacho Valley.

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Detailed Travel Guide

1st falls: 12m.
2nd falls: 3.5m.
3rd falls: 7.7m.
4th falls: 29.1m.