Hyakken Waterfall, the largest waterfall in Aichi Prefecture
Hyakken Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Aichi Prefecture with a total length of 120m and a drop of 43m.It is located on the Median Tectonic Line and is famous as a power spot and is said to be a “zero magnetic field waterfall”.Near the entrance of the waterfall, there is a place where you can draw spring water, and many people visit it.
Hyakken Waterfall cannot be seen at a glance because it is covered with trees and bends along the way, but the beautiful scenery is fascinating.The fault of the Chuo Tectonic Line passes through the waterfall, and a pothole is also formed in the waterfall.The area around the waterfall seems to be the best power spot.
It is about a 10-minute walk to the waterfall, but it is recommended to wear shoes that are easy to walk as it goes down a path that looks like a steep mountain trail.The sunlight shining in here and there was also beautiful.I haven’t been there yet, but it seems that I can walk on the rocks above the waterfall.I was not sure about the power, but it was healed in nature.
A lovely Hyakuken waterfall.I want to go many times.It was a wonderful scenery that I would like to see slowly.
The seven waterfalls at Atera are beautiful waterfalls named after the seven waterfalls.In addition to being selected as one of Japan’s 100 best waterfalls, it has also been designated as a national scenic spot and natural monument.It is a place filled with the mysterious charms of nature, such as the formation of potholes and the conglomerate called pebbles.
The picture above is the view from the front of the waterfall.The waterfall was shallow and the water was transparent.The shooting time is in the evening, when the sun sets.Since it was getting a little dim, I was able to shoot long exposures without the ND filter.There is a staircase on the left side of the waterfall, and as you climb up, you can see the waterfall and the waterhole in the upper steps.
It was about 10 to 15 minutes on foot from the parking lot to the waterfall.The above two photos are taken on different days.On this day, I was able to see the wonderful scenery where the morning sunlight shines through the waterfall.I personally love the morning scenery.The fresh green was also beautiful.
The scenery of Kawazu cherry blossoms in the back of the tunnel is a wonderful spot.I went to shoot on this day early in the morning, but a few cameramen had already taken it.It’s a spot where you don’t get in the way of other photographers, so if you want to shoot slowly, it’s recommended that you visit when there aren’t many people.
This is a plum garden in the Kawauri district of Shinshiro City.Farmers are planting and growing about 1,500 plums of seven varieties including Nanko.The full bloom of the mountainous slopes is truly a modern Togenkyo.
“Narusawa no Taki” boasts the largest amount of water in Oku Mikawa, and the head is about 15m.It’s about a 5 minute walk from the parking lot, and since it was in January when the photo was taken, both sides of the waterfall are frozen.The shooting was done on a large rock, but it is very dangerous if the water flow is rough and slippery.