Kawazu Seven Waterfalls
Kawazu Seven Waterfalls
Kawazu Seven Waterfalls Kawazu Seven Waterfalls

There are many waterfalls in Kawazu, but the most famous one is the "Kawazu Seven Waterfalls".
"Odaru Waterfall" is one of the largest waterfalls on the Izu Peninsula, "Kamadaru Waterfall" is a powerful waterfall covered with lava rocks, and "Deaidaru Waterfall" is a waterfall with impressive blue water flowing into it. "Deaidaru Waterfall", "Crab Waterfall" is a waterfall hidden in the middle of a mountain stream, "Shokeidaru Waterfall" where you can see the bronze statues named "The dancer and me", and "Hebidaru Waterfall" (Snake waterfall) is a waterfall named after the pattern of the rocks resembling the scales of a snake. You can see the unique appearance of "Shrimp Falls" where the shape of the waterfall looks like the shrimp tail.

  • Address

    Nashimoto, Kawazu Town, Kamo District, Shizuoka Prefecture

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  • Entry fee


  • Opening Hours


  • Closed


  • Website


  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point


  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    From "Kawazu Station" on the Izukyu Line, take the Minamiizu Tokai Bus bound for "Shuzenji" for about 25 minutes and get off at "Kawazu Nanataki".

    1 hour and 15 minutes from the Tomei Expressway "Numazu IC" toward Shimoda via National Highway 136 and National Highway 414

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