Syasui no Taki
Syasui no Taki, which flows down from the Takizawa river, is a fine example of a Japanese waterfall, and the water is well-known for it's quality. This area is also known as the place where, in the Kamakura era, the famous Buddhist monk Mongaku stood under the waterfall for a hundred days as part of an ascetic ritual.
|Name||Syasui no Taki|
|Access||40 minutes by car from our ryokan.|
|Address||Yamakita-cho, Ashigarakami-gun, Kanagawa-ken, Japan|