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A leisure 5km hike up from Shin-Kobe station to the rope way mid-station takes about 1.5 to 2 hours with breaks in between. One gets to see the Nunobiki Falls up close, as well as the dam. The rest of the waterfalls are hidden by...More
Stroll from Sannomiya to Shin Kobe <25 min> then hike up past the falls to the water reservoir <45 min>. From Shin Kobe station, follow the signs up to visit the falls (going up take the left hand path by the river). Take the same...More
Nunobiki Falls consists of 4 waterfalls, it is one of the 3 Sacred Waterfalls of Deities in Japan. The falls are behind Shin- Kobe Station follow the signs. It is a fairly steep uphill walk for those not used to climbs, be careful on the...More
We went to the waterfall on a cloudy day, it rained in the morning, we went there in the afternoon, the mountain top is all covered up by the cloud, looks very fairy. Unfortunately, on the day of our arrival, due to the rain, the...More
I call it "short" because for me the walk was totally fine but if you are not used to walking uphill it could be a little bit tough.
Nonetheless, the waterfalls are sweet and beautiful and you have a nice view over the city and...More
Nunobiki Falls is a bit tricky to find but if you follow the signs from the JR Train Station, its not so bad. The falls is directly behind the train station & accessible by various hiking trails which include stairs and paths. Hike to the...More
If you want to take some nice nature photos, or just walk up the hill and back, this is for you. It's not a particularly strenuous hike. Beyond Nunobiki Falls, it seems the climb is a little harder but so far as this walk is...More