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“Akame Sijuhachitaki and Ninja no Mori”

Akame Shijuhachi Waterfall
Ranked #1 of 26 things to do in Nabari
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed 22 April 2013

A perfect family treat in unspoiled Japanese forest. Beautiful water falls and Ninja training experience! It's only 60 mins train ride from Tsuruhasi St in Osaka (Station joining JR and the private line Kintetsu ,Kintetsu fare:980yen one way, half price for child under 11) to Akame Guchi St. and 10 mins bus ride (350yen one way) to the Akame Water Falls or if you plan to stay at one of Ryokans near the Water Falls, just call the Ryokan from the station. They will give you a ride. Ninja Training is very authentic including real iron Shuriken "throwing star" throw. It costs from1350 yen per child up to 1750 yen per adult including Ninja costume hire and the entrance fee for the Water Falls. Two session a day (10:30 AM and 1:30 PM) it last about 90 minutes and after the session you can go back to the training field by yourselves and try again. Costume hire need to end at 15:30 on the day. You can opt out just to hire a costume for 500yen or if you want to join Ninja training without costume, 500yen will be deducted from your training fee. Ninja Training Booking:0595-64-2695. We arrived for the afternoon training session and stayed at Taisenkaku Ryokan and then enjoyed the mountain walk of Akame Shijuhachitaki water falls next day. But the day trip is totally feasible if you plan to get there for morning session and go to the Water Falls in the afternoon. Also you can enjoy day-visitor Onsen in the Ryokan with the fee of around 1000yen. Access from Kyoto St with Kintestu Limited Express is 90 minutes to Akame Guchi St.and from Nagoya St also with Kintetsu Line will be around 95 mins. Just remember to avoid Autumn Maple Leaf season. The place will be packed with Japanese tourists just want to see the colourful mountain scenes.

Date of experience: April 2013
4  Thank Lichibonbon
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Reviewed 14 December 2012

wonderful nature walk, well maintained, fantastic colour of the autumn leaves, there is a fee at the entrance and do not forget to sample the wonderful sweet potato pastries when you come back

Date of experience: November 2012
3  Thank Angelika Z
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