Tuesday, April 01, 2014
The waterfall is on a walking trail that also includes the nearby Kinzan Bridge and Ryumonji-yaki, an ancient kiln set up by Korean potters kidnapped by the feudal lord of Satsuma during Hideyoshi's campaigns in Korea at the end of the 16th century.
Ryumoni-taki is located on the Amikakegawa River and is 46m high and 43m wide and is noted as one of the "100 famous waterfalls in Japan."
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