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Sakuradaki Waterfall

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The waterfall has been loved by writers and artists since the Edo period, and was introduced in the Bungo kokushi (Bungo is the old name of Oita Prefecture), believed to have been written in the 8th century. The waterfall has a height of around 15 meters. The waterfall gets its name for the water falling on a overhanging rock and creating a splash that looks like cherry blossoms fluttering. The waterfall is about 10 minutes by foot from Amagase Station on a well-maintained path, so enjoy yourself on a pleasant stroll.

More Information about Sakuradaki Waterfall

Street address

Gorakugawa, Sakuradake, Amagase-machi, Hita City

Access

  • Behind JR Amagase Station. Around 10 minutes by foot along the Sakuradaki path

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

https://www.oidehita.com/archives/441

Best season

All year

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