Famous falls full of negative ions J a p a n ’ s T o p 1 0 W a t e r f a l l Waterfall s Scenic view of the water gracefully running through foliage Zao Town, Miyagi Prefecture Takimidai Lookout 64 D-1 This lookout boasts a view of three waterfalls: Sankai Falls, Fudo Falls and Jizo Falls. The delicate, three-tiered Sankai Falls is truly beautiful.
Ken Domon is a leading photographer of the postwar period born in Sakata City, Yamagata Prefecture in 1909. He took many news photographs and portraits of both ordinary and well-known people, both of which were absolutely un-dramatized based on social realism.
Kyukamura Haguro - 8 Haguro San Touge Call +1-888-690-5247 +1-888-690-5247 8 Haguro San Touge, Tsuruoka, 997-0211 JP ~17.17 Miles from Sakata. With a stay at Kyukamura Haguro in Tsuruoka, you'll be in a national park and minutes from Hagurosan Ski Area, and close to Fukikoshi Shrine.
Purchase local products in the shop on site, and walk around the exterior for plenty of rich photo ops of the distinctive historic structure and river. To visit Sankyo Soko Storehouse and get the most from your holiday in Sakata, create itinerary details personal to you using our Sakata day trip website.
Shiraito Falls. The falls are located along the Shiraito Highland Way that connects Karuizawa and Kita-Karuizawa. It is a man-made waterfall that is three meters high and 70 meters wide. It is different from ordinary waterfalls where river water flows over the falls.
Shonai Museum of History of Rice is located in Sakata. With our international travel planner, Sakata attractions like Shonai Museum of History of Rice can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
At 63 meters, Tamasudare Fall is the highest waterfall in Yamagata Prefecture. It is located near Sakata City and to the south of Mt. Chokai, the second tallest mountain in the Tohoku Region. About 1,200 years ago, the waterfall was named by Kobo Daishi who was a monk and the founder of Shingon, a branch of esoteric Buddhism in Japan.