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An area of stunning natural beauty, definitely a must see when making your way through Japan, the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Rob S
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Akame is an Underrated and Very Beautiful Attraction

We read so many reviews of places to visit. Akame is certainly one of the most underrated... read more

Reviewed May 28, 2017
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“Stunning”
May 28, 2017
“Akame is an Underrated and Very Beautiful Attraction”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

An area of stunning natural beauty, definitely a must see when making your way through Japan, the ~ 90 minute hike to the top is well worth it and you will not be disappointed

Thank Rob S
Reviewed May 28, 2017 via mobile

We read so many reviews of places to visit. Akame is certainly one of the most underrated attractions! We almost decided against visiting this wonderful place because the reviews were limited and not very exciting. We are glad we did this tour since it was...More

2  Thank maskiano
Reviewed April 6, 2017 via mobile

Most beautiful hike I've taken. There are about 25 waterfalls even though the name says 48. About 4 km each way, and you can either double back or walk another 3 km through the mountain to end up in 落合。 Buses are few so be...More

Thank kentarotintin
Reviewed November 11, 2016 via mobile

The walk starts with a giant Salamander exhibit and a whole day is required to complete it. We started past 12pm and only managed half before it started to get dark at 4.30pm. The light up near the base starts at 5pm. Don't expect 48...More

Thank TravellerfromSIN
Reviewed July 20, 2016 via mobile

赤目四十八滝キャンプ場のご案内 I went to have experienced in that camp site, and I feel great. I really enjoy my one night stay. I can feel the Mother Nature life,I can saw the fireflies and I can hear the sound of silent. It's really great time for...More

2  Thank Pelangi Jingga D
Reviewed June 15, 2016

Was hesitating to go initially as I din do much hiking previously and I was on a solo trip. Chose to go on a Sunday to increase possibilities of at least having other hikers around during the trip. I was so glad I went! Great...More

Thank byire2016
Reviewed May 7, 2016

Very little foreign tourists, came on a weekend. Hidden gem not too far from Osaka/Kyoto. Stumbled upon a ritual, something connected with ninja training, didn't quite understand... At least 45 minutes to watch. We didn't go all the way because it is not a circular...More

Thank Ivan N
Reviewed April 22, 2016

The 48 Falls of Akame (赤目四十八滝) are a spot of scenic beauty in Nabari, south of Iga. There is an admission fee to the hiking trail, but I entered for free as a guest of Ikeda-sensei with a film crew recording Matsubayashi-san (pictured, attired as...More

2  Thank ART196
Reviewed February 21, 2016

NOTE: Portuguese down below. It was winter, we saw just 2 places open, I got upset because of that and though my experience is not going to be cool, but I went hiking anyway and I was so wrong. Every step I did worth it....More

Thank Drikabr
Reviewed October 27, 2015

If you would like to get a breath of fresh air outside of the big city, then I highly recommend this walk through the forest to see the many waterfalls. It is easy to get to by taking the Kintetsu Rail Osaka line to Akame-guchi...More

2  Thank Debbie Y
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