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Waterfall Basin (Dogama)

This is a prefecturally designated natural monument located 12 kilometers up the Sadamitsu River. Between the rock cliffs that tower above both sides of the river, a seven-meter-high waterfall pounds water into the river, carving a rounded bowl shape out of the river basin.

Information

Address Ichiu, Tsurugi-cho, Mima-gun

Map

Contact

Tel 0883-62-3111

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