Kanmangafuchi Abyss Waterfalls
The Kanmangafuchi Abyss Waterfalls (憾満ヶ淵の滝) was my waterfaller’s excuse to experience the mysterious Bake Jizo (Narabi Jizo) statues facing the Daiya River.
Jakko Waterfall (jakko-no-taki [寂光の滝])
Jakko Waterfall (寂光の滝; Jakko Falls) exceeded my expectations for a waterfall that was within the World Heritage town of Nikko yet doesn’t seem to be popular
Nikko Shiraito Waterfall (nikko-shiraito-no-taki [日光・白糸の滝])
The Nikko Shiraito Waterfall (日光・白糸の滝; Nikko Shiraito Falls) was basically a waterfalling excuse to explore the area upslope of the famous Toshogu Shrine.
Nikko Kotaki Waterfall (nikko-ko-taki [日光・小滝])
Kotaki Waterfall (小滝; Kotaki Falls) is a short but wide waterfall further downstream from the impressive Yudaki Waterfall, both of which share the same walk
Kegon Waterfall (Kegon-no-taki [華厳の滝])
Kegon Waterfall (華厳の滝] Kegon Falls) is a 97m plunge waterfall with a bonus Nehan Waterfall in the UNESCO World Heritage Area town of Nikko in Tochigi, Japan.
Yudaki Waterfall (Yu-daki [湯滝])
Yudaki Waterfall (湯滝; Yudaki Falls) is a 70m waterfall draining the sulfur-laced, geothermally-heated Lake Yunoko within Nikko National Park in Tochigi, Japan.
Ryuzu Waterfall (Ryuzu-no-taki [龍頭の滝])
Ryuzu Waterfall (龍頭の滝; Ryuzu Falls) is a twin waterfall in the Nikko area in Tochigi, Japan, with in a lush drainage that had purple wildflowers in bloom.
Urami Waterfall (Urami-no-taki [裏見の滝])
Urami Waterfall (裏見の滝; Urami Falls) is a series of segmented waterfalls seeping into the head of a gorge that’s a little off the beaten path in Nikko, Japan.
Kirifuri Waterfall (Kirifuri-no-taki [霧降の滝])
Kirifuri Waterfall (霧降の滝; Kirifuri Falls) is a 75m two-tiered waterfall that felt off-the-beaten-path because its bus wasn’t included in our All Nikko Pass.