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It is also known as the Yodo (”Four-Times”) Falls. It is said that the name comes from the praise of the Buddhist priest Saigyo (1118-1190), who said, "If you don't come here once in each of the four seasons, you will never know how good it really is. You can enjoy the view of the waterfall in illumination throughout the winter.
42 Fukuroda, Daigo-machi, Kuji, Ibaraki
8:00- 18:00 (9:00- 17:00 in November- April)
The waterfall gets frozen in pure white in extreme winter weather, where you can find ice climbers challenging to climb up the ice wall each holding an ice axe in their hands. *Due to the weather condition, it may not get frozen.
A 10-minute bus ride from the "Fukuroda Station" on the JR Suigun Line
About a 50-minute drive from "Naka IC" on the Joban Expressway
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