It’s known that these falls were the birthplace of Kintaro (a folk hero). It has a height of 23 meters and a width of 5 meters. It is said that the name, “yuhi” or “evening sun”, comes from the beauty of how the sunset would catch the falls. It prospers from the beautiful in the new leaves of spring and autumn colors as well as from the cool water during summer camping getaways.
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From the front of Daiyuzan Station on the Izuhakone Railway Daiyuzan Line, board the bus headed for Jizodo. Disembark at Jizodo Bus Stop and from there, it’s 15 minutes on foot.