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Got a wheelchair or baby in a stroller? Come on by. The path is paved from Minoh train station all the way up to the waterfall. Once you’re in Minoh Park, it’s about 2.4 km to the waterfall. You’ll see a lot of trees on...More
It was an enjoyable walk to the waterfall .
Air is fresh and the footpath is easy to walk.
Suggest to visit May/early June - not too
Cold or hot weather during this period .
There are food streets along the different part of the...More
This is one of the places renowned for viewing autumn foliage. As such, it was packed on Sunday. The main path up to the waterfall (about 3.5km from the train station) can be quite narrow with such a big crowd. There was a queue for...More
40 min by cab from central Osaka (accessible by train as well), and you are in a scenic park with a very scenic (uphill) walk to the waterfall. The greenery and river provided magical views along the way. We did the main route last year,...More
The walking track is open again ( temporary diversion in place since March 2018) the main track is still being rectified after typhoon damage late 2017. Very beautiful spot. Unless you are fit I suggest pay for a taxi from the station up to the...More
This waterfall is approx. 45 mins' walk away from Mino-o Station. The 1st part of the walk was pretty flat but there's steps as you get closer to the waterfall. Although the waterfall is not the best, the walk or hike to get there was...More
Great place to feel the peace.
I came hear not expecting much as the pics were ok but its amazing...has a lot to offer.
There was a side trail that we had to use half way as there was a landslip but was no problem!
The waterfall of Mino (Minoh) is located in Meiji no Mori Minō Quasi-National Park. It is very easy to access by train on Hankyu line. It takes only 35 min from central Osaka. From the station, it is a 3 km walk up to the...More
There are 2 possible trails to the waterfalls and there were plenty of arrows to guide you along. The hike, although a mere 3km uphill, was difficult for me as it was rained on that November morning that we went and I was practically freezing...More