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Inkura Falls is a waterfall with a height of about 44m and a width of about 10m. Initially, it was called "Separate Waterfall" (Betsu-betsu-no-Taki) because it was divided into two flows, but lately, it has become to be called "Inkura Falls" because there was a Cable Car Incline that carries wood nearby. The route from the parking lot to the viewing platform offers magnificent views of nature and waterfalls.
Shadai, Shiraoi Town, Shiraoi District, Hokkaido 059-0901
About 15 minutes by car from Shadai Station (and around 40 minutes on foot after getting off), about 20 minutes by car from Shiraoi Station (and around 40 minutes on foot after getting off)
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