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Pyoutan’s Water Fall (Pyoutan-no-taki)

Pyoutan’s Water Fall (Pyoutan-no-taki)

The clear stream turning into a powerful waterfall creates a dynamic scene.

“Pyoutan” originates from “Piyoro Kotan,” which means “a place with a lot of pebbles” in the original Ainu language. The Satsunai River, a clear stream, forms a waterfall with a powerful, straight drop of 10 m here, one of the popular sightseeing spots for people who love dynamic natural scenes. Around the waterfall there are camping sites, the Hidaka Mountains Center and a restaurant.

Pyoutan’s Water Fall (Pyoutan-no-taki)

Pyoutan’s Water Fall (Pyoutan-no-taki)

713, Minami-satsunai, Nakasatsunai, 089-1374
Tel:+81-155-67-2495
Open: Late April – early November
http://nakasatsunai.blog.fc2.com/
kankou@vill.nakasatsunai.hokkaido.jp
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