Festival at Cho-on Falls Park
Cho-on Falls Park is located on Mt. Takatori, one of the mountains comprising the Mino Mountain Range. Starting with the 27-meter (88.6-foot) high Cho-on Falls, visitors can see three highly unique waterfalls in the park, which was selected as one of the Top 100 Water Source Forests in Japan.
The falls open for the summer season on the second Sunday in June, attracting a crowd of bustling visitors. During the two to three-month-long season, visitors can enjoy “somen nagashi” (streaming noodles) as well as other local specialties sold at vending stands in the park. The natural whirlpool is also open to the public during the summer, so why not stop by and cool off with the whole family?
*Availability of services may vary. For details about the operating season and dates, please contact Ukiha City’s Commerce, Agriculture, Forestry, Industry and Tourism Department.
|Address||839-1415 3184 Imogawa, Ukiha Town, Ukiha City, Fukuoka|
Ukiha City’s Commerce, Agriculture, Forestry, Industry and Tourism Department
|Fees||“Somen nagashi” (streaming noodles) – 500 Yen|
|Access||By train and car – About a 20 minute drive from JR “Ukiha” Station on the Kyudai Main Line
By car – About a 30 minute drive from the Haki Interchange off the Oita Expressway
|Genre||Rivers, Valleys and Waterfalls (Natural Scenery) Pool (Recreation) Event (Festivals and Events)|
The information on this page, including hours of operation and prices, is subject to change. For the latest information and details, please check the store or the organizer's website, or contact them directly.