Shoryuno Falls
Shoryuno Falls
Shoryuno Falls
Shoryuno Falls Shoryuno Falls Shoryuno Falls

In Kagawa Prefecture, where precipitation is scarce, there is a legend of a dragon that is said to bring rain. Shoryuno Falls is a 9-meter high artificial waterfall built in the image of a dragon ascending a waterfall. Located in the national Sanuki Manno Park in the town of Manno in Kagawa Prefecture, the powerful water of this waterfall gushes out of the cracks at a maximum rate of about 65 tons per minute.

  • Address

    4243-12 Yoshino, Manno, Nakatado District, Kagawa 766-0023

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  • Entry fee


  • Opening Hours


  • Closed


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  • Best Season

    All year

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  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    [From Hiroshima・Okayama] 35 minutes from Seto Chuo Expressway / Sakaide IC
    [From Ehime・Kochi] 25 minutes from Takamatsu Expressway / Zentsuji IC
    [From Tokushima] 40 minutes from Tokushima Expressway / Mima IC

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