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Nikofuchi, located in the upper reaches of the Niyodo River, has become widely known as "Niyodo blue," and its beauty and the blue color produced by nature are outstanding. It is also famous as the place where the nature photographer Mr. Nobuyuki Takahashi, who named it "Niyodo Blue," said, "This blue is the Niyodo Blue." The light coming through the trees illuminates the surface of the water like a jewel. The locals regard it as a sacred place where a giant snake, an incarnation of God, lives, so do not enter the water and throw away the garbage.
1278 Kiyomizu-Kamibun, Ino-cho, Agawa-gun, Kochi 781-2511, Japan
Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.
About 50 minutes by car from Ino IC
From JR Ino Station, take the Tosaden Kotsu Bus bound for Nagasawa=>get off at Hodono Iriguchi Bus Stop (about 50 minutes)=>walk toward Green Park (about 20 minutes)
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