Bodies of Water in Tokyo

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Bodies of Water in Tokyo

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Ashi-no-ko
From Owaku-dani, the descent by gondola to Togendai on the shore...
Bodies of Water Hakone
 
Dragon's Head Falls
If you've budgeted an extra day for Nikko, you might want to...
Bodies of Water Nikko
 
Jakko Falls
Falling water is one of the special charms of the Nikko National...
Bodies of Water Nikko
 
Kawaguchi-ko
A 5- to 10-minute walk from Kawaguchi-ko Station, this is the...
Bodies of Water Fuji Go-ko (Fuji Five Lakes)
 
Kegon Falls
More than anything else, the country's most famous falls are...
Bodies of Water Nikko
 
Motosu-ko
Lake Motosu is the farthest west of the five lakes. It's also...
Bodies of Water Fuji Go-ko (Fuji Five Lakes)
 
Sai-ko
Between Lakes Shoji and Kawaguchi, Lake Sai is the third-largest...
Bodies of Water Fuji Go-ko (Fuji Five Lakes)
 
Shinobazu Pond
When an inlet of Tokyo Bay receded around the 17th century, Shinobazu...
Bodies of Water Ueno
 
Shoji-ko
Many consider Lake Shoji, the smallest of the lakes, to be the...
Bodies of Water Fuji Go-ko (Fuji Five Lakes)
 
Urami Falls
A poetic description says it all and still holds true: "the water,"...
Bodies of Water Nikko
 
Yamanaka-ko
The largest of the Fuji Go-ko, Lake Yamanaka) is 35 minutes by...
Bodies of Water Fuji Go-ko (Fuji Five Lakes)
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