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Oita, 16 Jan.

Harajiri Falls

Harajiri Falls Harajiri Falls

Harajiri Falls is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Waterfalls, and with good reason. Huge volumes of water, spanning 120m wide, flow over the semicircular cliff and fall 20m to the lake below. It is believed Harajiri Falls was created suddenly as a result of Mt. Aso’s pyroclastic flows carving out the flat landscape many thousands of years ago. For a lovely view, walk along the suspension bridge that crosses in front of the falls. You can also walk down closer to the lake as well for a great view from below.

Oita Prefecture's Official Sightseeing Information Site

Tokyo (Narita) to Harajiri Falls, Oita

    1. Narita Airport

      1 h 45 min

      From 6,000 yen

    2. Oita Airport

      • Bus


      1,600 yen

    3. Oita Station


      1,200 yen

    4. Ogata Station

      • Car

      10 min

    5. Harajiri Falls

      936-1 Ogatamachi Harajiri, Bungo-ono City, Oita Prefecture


All listed travel times and costs are approximate.

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