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Sogi-no-taki Park (Sogi Falls Park)
Kawauchi River and its tributaries flow to the center of Okuchi Basin and thereafter transform into what is "Sogi Falls" in the southwest of the city; this then pours into Tsuruta Dam. Sogi Falls flows against a strange rock surface; it has a width of 210 meters and a height of 12 meers. In the spring, the area fills with color from the cherry blossoms and azaleas in the park. During the summer, water is abundant.
635 Okuchimiyahito, Isa, Kagoshima
40 minutes by car from Kurino Interchange via Kyushu Expressway
1 hour by car from JR Shinkansen Shin-Minamata Station
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