The falls are impressive, 93m tall. You take an elevator that was originally built in 1930 that goes 100m down sheer bedrock. Viewing platform gives you a fantastic photo op or selfie.
There are a few falls in the area. See them first before you see Kegon Falls. Otherwise they will all pale by comparison.
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