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unescotravelbug wrote a review Sep 2019
Wooster, Ohio4,171 contributions632 helpful votes
Kudan-no-taki is not so well visited as Choshi-otaki, or Kumoi-no-taki. However, it has its own characters of significance. The thin volume of water runs down over the surface of rock after long period of time and eroded the rock face into nine step levels thus get its name kudan. The geological layers of this strata exemplifies the changing of sediments one layer from another. It's certainly an interesting thing to learn about Oirase's geological components. Kudan-no-taki is about 10 min. walk from Choshi-otaki.…
Date of experience: August 2019
YTCHENG wrote a review Nov 2018
Hong Kong, China15,500 contributions1,142 helpful votes
This Kudan no Tak Waterfall is located in the middle of the stream. You are easy to take photos thereat because it is off the main road. A gentle waterfall not much crowded as compared with others.
Date of experience: October 2018
Anthony S wrote a review Oct 2017
Brisbane, Australia1,593 contributions577 helpful votes
Nice little waterfall beside the road and Oirase Stream walking track. You pass by when on the track or can park close by. Better to walk along the track and enjoy the walk as well.
Date of experience: October 2017