Kaneyama-no-taki Falls are found in a location facing Fujisan Museum. Also called “Osano-no-taki Falls,” they are two waterfalls that are approximately six-meter-wide combined, dropping roughly ten meters. They fall from Katsura River, which flows from Lake Yamanakako and the Oshino Hakkai Ponds. The sight of pure water falling into a deep basin amid vivid Mitsubatsutsuji rhododendrons in spring, fresh green leaves in summer, the changing colors of Japanese maple leaves in autumn, and serene white snow in winter, is simply breathtaking.


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