Oni-no-Shitaburui Gorge
Oni-no-Shitaburui Gorge
Oni-no-Shitaburui Gorge
Oni-no-Shitaburui Gorge Oni-no-Shitaburui Gorge Oni-no-Shitaburui Gorge

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Oni-no-Shitaburui Gorge is a V-shaped narrow valley located in the upper reaches of the Omaki River, a tributary of the Hii River, and formed by joints and potholes after many years of erosion.
The highlights are huge strange rocks such as demon's teardrop rocks, Otengu-iwa rocks, and water bottle rocks. Steep large cliffs everywhere on the riverbank, creating a unique landscape of erosion topography. This scenery is designated as a national scenic spot and a natural monument.
Every season is special and you can enjoy fresh greenery, autumn leaves, and snowy fairy world here. The promenade was constructed in 2013, making it easier to take a walk around. Above all, the "Koi" Bridge, which was built along with the promenade, is a thrilling suspension bridge with a height of about 45m and a length of 160m. It is said, if men and women cross the bridge together, love may be born in their hearts.

  • Address

    Minari Une, Okuizumo Town, Nita District, Shimane Prefecture

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  • Opening Hours

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  • Closed

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    -

  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point

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  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    About 5 minutes by car from JR Izumo-Minari Station

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