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Ryuzu Waterfall in Nikko

Ryuzu Waterfall; Ryūzu no Taki, means “dragon head waterfall” in Japanese. The name comes from the shape of the falls, which resembles the head of a dragon. The waterfall is located on Yukawa River, shortly before the river discharges into Chuzenji lake.

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Ryūzu can be translated as ‘Dragon’s Head’, and is so named because its twin falls are said to resemble a dragon’s head.

During May to June, red-purple camellia will be full blooming and one of the first spots in Nikko to see autumn colors in about late September to October.

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【Ryuzu no Taki】

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