Last updated: January 17, 2020

Kanabiki Waterfall

Selected as one of the top 100 waterfalls in Japan, Kanabiki waterfall is 40m tall and 20m wide. The waterfall lies on a hill in Miyazu(the waterfall is located at the top of a staircase).  Due to its forest location and high elevation, Kanabiki waterfall is a popular spot in the summer as it is cool and refreshing.  It is also a good place to visit in the spring and fall to enjoy the change of seasons.

The waterfall is very peaceful and soothing located away from the town area.  There is a small shrine where visitors can pray.  It is said that those who visit Kanabiki waterfall and pray at the shrine, will be blessed with financial prosperity.   There is also a gazebo and benches making it a great family picnic spot.

Spot Name Kanabiki Waterfall
Address 京都府宮津市滝場 [ Map ]
Opening Hours Open all hours but it is not safe at night
Regular Holiday None
Usage Fee Free
Reference Amanohashidate Tourism Association



<Kanabiki Waterfall>Access Information
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Access A 30 minute walk (2.5km) from Miyazu train station or a 20 minute walk(1.6 km) from Miyamura train station.
Also accessible by car or bicycle.
Parking Available(There is a small parking lot at the bottom of the staircase leading to the waterfall.
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