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This unique waterfall is located at the back of Hanamaki Onsen, at the bottom of Daigawa Valley. The clear waters flow like splashing balls down at the bottom from a height of 8.5 meters and width of 30 meters across a large rock; the sight of it is beautiful in any season. "Kama" means "pot," and it is said that the waterfall's name comes from the shape of the waterfall, which is that of a pot (used to cook rice). In 2005, it was designated as a national scenic spot, one of the "Ilhatov landscapes."
Yumoto Hanamaki Onsen, Hanamaki, Iwate
5 minutes from Hanamaki Interchange via Tohoku Expressway
20 minutes by bus from JR Shin-Hanamaki Station, get off at Hanamaki Onsen and walk 3 minutes
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