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To-no Hetsuri

"Hetsuri" is a dialect of Aizu, which means a cliff. It was named "To-no Hetsuri " because of the tower- shaped rock walls that the river and wind built over a million years. It is also designated as a national natural monument. A suspension bridge is hung on the rock surface, and you can see the inside of the cliff. The best season is spring when wisteria flowers bloom and autumn when the autumn leaves are colored.

Viewpoint information

Street address5316 Shitabayashi, Yagoshima, Shimogo Town, Minamiaizu-gun, Fukushima Prefecture
pointTo-no Hetsuri Observatory
accessCar: 1 hour from Shirakawa IC on the Tohoku Expressway (parking lot / 80 cars)
Walk: 5 minutes from To-no Hetsuri Station on the Aizu Railway Tower
SeasonYear-round / Best time to see: Late October to early November


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