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Kamuiwakka Hot Water Fall

  • Specific Nature
  • Outdoor Activities

Hot spring flows into the river, and the whole river becomes the hot spring.

There are waterfalls in the upper river, and the basin of a waterfall is a hot spring.

Tourists may enjoy an interesting experience.

However, the upper, most great spot of the river has been closed due to the danger of falling rocks.

Better to go in other seasons than in summer due to the large number of tourists.

Access and Getting Around

The way to the Kamuiwakka Hot Water Fall is closed in winter from late November to late April.

Approximately 20 kilometers from Utoro.

By bus

No regular bus services.

Shuttle Buses from Utoro, every 20 minutes, August 1~25, September19~23.

By car

20 kilometers from Utoro.

When the road is closed to cars and motorcycles between the Shiretoko Five Lakes and the trailhead,

and shuttle bus services instead.

Another means

Using a rental bicycle from Utoro.



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