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Joren-no-Taki is a leading waterfall in Izu district, Shizuoka Prefecture.

In the central part of the Izu Peninsula, a beautiful waterfall, 25 meters high and 7 meters wide, is found. Rare ferns, which is designated as natural monument, grow gregariously on both sides of the waterfall, and column-shaped cracks in stones are found at the lower part of the volcanic cliff. These ferns are found only here and in the south of Kyushu. The visitors also can enjoy trout-fishing near the basin of the waterfall. Wasabi horseradish fields are run making the most of the cold and clean water, as shown in the second picture.

Licensed tour guide, travel consultant,

Masahisa Takaki.

全国通訳案内士 高木聖久。


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