Hida-Osaka Falls

Amatsubanotaki - Hida-Osaka Falls - Hida-Osaka's 200 Waterfalls - Gero city, Gifu prefecture, Japan

  • About Hida-Osaka Falls
  • Mitsudaki
  • Sennindaki
  • Neonotaki
  • Zaimokudaki
  • Amatsubanotaki
  • Kannondaki
  • Nigoridaki
  • Senjonotaki
  • Shokedaki
  • Ryumonnotaki
  • Kaironotaki
  • Hyakenndaki
  • Gandate Picnic in Osaka Kakumei-trail Tour
  • Guided tours of the hida-osaka falls
  • Guided tours only
  • Difficulty Level 2
  • Hiking time 4
  • Number of falls 8
  • Need trecking shoes
This is the newest tour.

You can go behind the Amatsubanotaki by walking thorough a lava canopy.Four more falls not mentioned on this page are looking forward to seeing you.


Amatsubanotaki 17m(56feet)

Descending 20minutes through the forest from the trail, you will get to the Sawaradani creek where you’ll find yourself on the left edge of Amatsubanotaki, a part of the Sawaradani main stream.
You can go behind the fall by walking thorough a lava canopy.

Nidannnotaki 10m(33feet)  3m(10feet)

Nidannotaki is located about 100m(110yard) downstream from the confluence of two tributaries, Sawaradani and Magohachidani. These wide double-deck falls come down from Nametoko, so-called tabular(platy) joint, and the stream bed around here is mostly made of flat granite.

Magohatidaki 15m(50feet)

Magohachidaki is also a waterfall made of tabular joint which looks like water running down stairs.

Yakigoyanotaki 17m(56feet)

Yakigoyadaki is a typical deadfall, with a huge drift wood leaning against it, and can be observed only from the logging road.

Info nametoko

Creeks are habitats for Iwanas, land-locked chars, jumping and catching insects of both aquatic and terrestrial.
Wading in shallow water of Nametoko is really refreshing.

Clothing and Gear

Walking boots (wading shoes are preferable ), rain gear, packed lunch, towel, and extra clothing.
Wading shoes are available for rent.

For your safety and to protect national forests, an entrance permit is required. Visits to the falls are only available by guided tours.
All the tours need to be booked at least ten days in advance for permit procedures.
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  • Nidannotaki
  • amatsuba
  • Banjousetsurinotaki
  • magohachi
  • kouyou
  • yakikoya
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