Kawazu is home to numerous waterfalls.
The seven most famous of these falls are collectively known as “The Kawazu Nanadaru.”
Famous as the setting of The Izu Dancer by famous Japanese novelist, Yasunari Kawabata,
the Kawazu Nanadaru can be viewed from an 850-meter walking trail that takes about an hour one-way.
There is a 46-meter suspension bridge and two Izu Dancers statues along the route.
At Kamadaru, which has a drop of 22 meters, there is an observation deck that is so close you can feel the waterfall’s spray.
Course: About 2km
Time required: About 60 minutes