Namekawa Waterfall (滑川大滝; Namekawa Falls) was perhaps the largest waterfall in the Tohoku Region, but it’s also one of the more unique waterfalls in Japan.
Sekiyama Waterfall (関山大滝; Sekiyama Falls) was a gushing roadside waterfall that was located between Sendai and Yamagata said to be 10m tall and 15m wide.
Mogami Shiraito Waterfall (最上川白糸の滝; “White Thread Falls”) was an impressively tall 120m waterfall spilling into the Mogami River (one of Japan’s longest).
Shirogane Waterfall (白銀の滝; Shirogane Falls) was an attractive 22m waterfall located upstream from Ginzan Onsen’s charming and nostalgic historic town center.
Tamasudare Waterfall (玉簾の滝) was an easy-to-access waterfall near Sakata with a 63m plunge making it the tallest such waterfall in the Yamagata Prefecture.