Chidorigataki Waterfall (chidorigataki [千鳥ヶ滝])

Chidorigataki Waterfall (千鳥ヶ滝; Chidorigataki Falls) was kind of a road trip waterfall as it seemed to be ideally situated to take a break from a long drive.

Seseki Waterfall (seseki-no-taki [セセキの滝])

Seseki Waterfall (セセキの滝; Seseki Falls) was a rather obscure but tall seaside waterfall spilling into a sleepy village on the eastern coast of Shiretoko.

Kumagoe Waterfall (kumagoe-no-taki [熊越の滝])

Kumagoe Waterfall (熊越の滝; Kumagoe Falls) was a hidden and obscure waterfall east of Shiretoko Pass near the Rausu Visitor Center offering a primitive hike.

Shigure Waterfall (shiguretaki [時雨滝])

Shigure Waterfall (時雨滝; Shigure Falls) was a conspicuous roadside geothermal-heated waterfall situated on the northern end Utoro on Shiretoko’s West Coast.

Sakura Waterfall (sakura-no-taki [さくらの滝])

Sakura Waterfall (さくらの滝; Sakura Falls) was a small but very interesting 3.7m high waterfall on the Shari River, where we witnessed our first salmon run.

Yamabiko Waterfall (yamabiko-no-taki [山彦の滝])

Yamabiko Waterfall (山彦の滝; Yamabiko Falls) was a 28m tall waterfall letting you go behind it for an unusual “backwards” view. Sometimes it’s lit up at night.

Shirahige Waterfall (shirahige-no-taki [白ひげの滝])

Shirahige Waterfall (白ひげの滝; Shirahige Falls) was an attractive waterfall with sky blue color emerging as springs below some resorts of the Shirogane Onsen.

Kamuiwakka Waterfall (Kamuiwakka-no-taki [カムイワッカの滝])

Kamuiwakka Waterfall (カムイワッカの滝; Kamuiwakka Falls) is a pretty well-known rotemburo (hot springs falls) deep in the wild Shiretoko National Park in Hokkaido.

Furepe Waterfall (Furepe-no-taki [フレペの滝])

Furepe Waterfall (フレペの滝; Furepe Falls) is a percolating spring waterfall that seeps out of the sea cliffs and right into the Sea of Okhotsk in Shiretoko NP.

Shiretoko Waterfalls

The Shiretoko Waterfalls page is a page I made up to clump the many waterfalls we saw during our boat tour along the northern coast of Shiretoko-hanto from Utoro to the Shiretoko Cape…

Oshinkoshin Waterfall (Oshinkoshin-no-taki [オシンコシンの滝])

Oshinkoshin Waterfall (オシンコシンの滝; Oshinkoshin Falls) is a waterfall split by a tree-covered rock tumbling to the Sea of Okhotsk near Utoro in northeast Hokkaido.

Ginga Waterfall (Ginga-no-taki [銀河の滝]) and Ryusei Waterfall (Ryusei-no-taki [流星の滝])

Ginga Waterfall (銀河の滝) and Ryusei Waterfall (流星の滝) comprised a husband-and-wife pairing of waterfalls in Daisetsuzan National Park in central Hokkaido, Japan.

Hagoromo Waterfall (Hagoromo-no-taki [羽衣の滝])

Hagoromo Waterfall (羽衣の滝] Hagoromo Falls) is a 270m multi-drop falls on the western side of Daisetsuzan National Park in the Tenninkyo Gorge in Hokkaido.