Nachi Waterfall The Destination Of Kumano Kodo

US $85.00 / Group

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Hi! I'm Kiyoko Horaji.

I will guide you!

Description of this tour

Tour will start from Daimonzaka Parking Area. After some explanations, we will walk Daimonzaka. Then we will visit Nachi Taisha (shrine) and Seigantoji (temple). We will take pictures at the Pagoda and proceed to the waterfall. You will have time for going to the upper stage where you can take closer pictures and drink special water (elixir of life) there. Guide will explain about each sites and related stories. We can have time for visiting Treasure House or have coffee/lunch if you like.

Hello, my name is Kiyoko. I live in Kushimoto, the most southern tip of Honshu (main island). I am an English guide with regional license of Koyasan and Kumano Kodo. I will be happy to guide you around Nachi-katsura, Shingu and Hongu. You will come to know about Kumano Kodo while walking in the beautiful nature. I would like to share my experience with you.


Sample Tour Timeline

09:30 AM
Daimonzaka Parking Area

Meet

09:30 AM
Daimonzaka Parking Area

Meet

10:30 AM
Nachi Taisha

Kumano Nachi Taisha is a Shinto shrine. It has its religious origin in the ancient nature worship of the large waterfall. As a part of Kumano Sanzan, it enshrines Kumano Junisho Gongen.

10:30 AM
Nachi Taisha

Kumano Nachi Taisha is a Shinto shrine. It has its religious origin in the ancient nature worship of the large waterfall. As a part of Kumano Sanzan, it enshrines Kumano Junisho Gongen.

11:00 AM
Seigantoji

Legend holds that Seiganto-ji was founded in the early 5th century by an Indian monk who drifted ashore on the beach of Nachi. This temple retains the element of Shinto-Buddhist fusion very well.

11:00 AM
Seigantoji

Legend holds that Seiganto-ji was founded in the early 5th century by an Indian monk who drifted ashore on the beach of Nachi. This temple retains the element of Shinto-Buddhist fusion very well.

12:00 PM
Nachi Waterfall

Nachi Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Japan, 133m high. The waterfall is the religious origin for Kumano Nachi Taisha and Seiganto-ji and still is the primary object of worship.

12:00 PM
Nachi Waterfall

Nachi Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Japan, 133m high. The waterfall is the religious origin for Kumano Nachi Taisha and Seiganto-ji and still is the primary object of worship.

12:30 PM
Nachi no Takimae Bus Stop

Dismiss

12:30 PM
Nachi no Takimae Bus Stop

Dismiss

Additional Details

Where we meet

Daimonzaka Parking Area

What's included
  • Leaflet
Things you need
  • Option: Admission fee for Treasure House - 500yen
  • Option: Admission fee for the upper stage at the waterfall - 300yen
  • Bus fee to Daimonzaka Parking Area - 250yen
  • Bus fee from Katsura Station - 420 yen
  • Option: Tainai Kuguri Experience (with one wish) - 300yen
Notes:

Please wear suitable clothes and shoes for walking. Bring rain gear in case of rain. Bring a bottle of water.

Guest Requirements

Whoever can walk will be welcomed.

Cancellation Policy

Any trip or experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.