Shiraito Falls

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Shiraito Falls is a part of the heritage assets of the World Heritage Mount Fuji. The waterfall is 150 m wide and 20 m high. 1.5 tons of water flows down every minute. The spring water from Mount Fuji forms hundreds of large and small waterfalls producing a refreshing impression. The name Shiraito (white threads) came from the waterfalls which look like white silk threads hung from the curved cliff. It is designated as national place of scenic beauty and a natural monument.

Address
Kamiide, Fujinomiya-shi, Shizuoka
Contact No.
+81-544-27-5240
Access
Take a Fujikyu Shizuoka bus bound for Shiraito-no-taki from JR Fujinomiya Station for 30 min. Get off at the bus stop Shiraito-no -taki, Kanko-annaisho-mae. Walk for 5 minutes.
Official Website
http://www.fujinomiya.gr.jp/
Time Required
30 minutes
Admission fee
Free

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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White Waterfalls like Silk Threads

The snow that falls on Mount Fuji melts and wells up to form Shiraito Falls. You can go down to get close to the waterfall plunge pool and feel its power. It is a soothing experience to look at Shiraito Falls hearing its sound as it sprays water.

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Waterfalls and Autumn Leaves

When it gets colder in autumn, the leaves change colors into red and yellow around Shiraito Falls. The maples and sumacs surround the fall with beautiful colors. The contrast of the rainbow over the fall and the autumn leaves is mesmerizing.

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Selection of Local Specialties

From the parking lot to Shiraito Falls is about a 5-minute walk. You will walk through a street lined with many stalls and souvenir shops offering local specialties of Shizuoka as well as some snacks. Go ahead and try the most unique icecream flavor of “wasabi” (horse radish).

Source:pixta

Shiraito Falls

Shiraito Falls is a part of the heritage assets of the World Heritage Mount Fuji. The waterfall is 150 m wide and 20 m high. 1.5 tons of water flows down every minute. The spring water from Mount Fuji forms hundreds of large and small waterfalls producing a refreshing impression. The name Shiraito (white threads) came from the waterfalls which look like white silk threads hung from the curved cliff. It is designated as national place of scenic beauty and a natural monument.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:pixta

White Waterfalls like Silk Threads

The snow that falls on Mount Fuji melts and wells up to form Shiraito Falls. You can go down to get close to the waterfall plunge pool and feel its power. It is a soothing experience to look at Shiraito Falls hearing its sound as it sprays water.

Source:pixta

Waterfalls and Autumn Leaves

When it gets colder in autumn, the leaves change colors into red and yellow around Shiraito Falls. The maples and sumacs surround the fall with beautiful colors. The contrast of the rainbow over the fall and the autumn leaves is mesmerizing.

Source:橙のBLOG

Selection of Local Specialties

From the parking lot to Shiraito Falls is about a 5-minute walk. You will walk through a street lined with many stalls and souvenir shops offering local specialties of Shizuoka as well as some snacks. Go ahead and try the most unique icecream flavor of “wasabi” (horse radish).

Source:pixta

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