A dynamic, splashing waterfall with a falling height of 25 metres.

Fudotaki Waterfall is located upstream of Lake Onogawa. The falls are named after Fudō Myō-ō, also known as Acala (a type of wrathful god in the Buddhist tradition).
The waterfall is fed by the Hyakken Shimizu spring in the Bandai highlands. This water, known as Onogawa Spring Water, has been nominated as one of a hundred famous clear waters in Japan.

The scale of the waterfall is 25 metres.
The falls are at their most powerful in late April to early May due to the melting snow water.


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Onogawa Fudotaki Waterfall Trail

■Overall length: About 1 km
■Duration: Approximately 30 minutes (one way)
■Difficulty: Beginner(道中勾配のある階段有り)

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