Located in Nabari, Mie Prefecture, Akame 48 Waterfalls is a symbolic attraction in Muro Akame Aoyama National Park which lies across Nara and Mie prefecture. It is said that this mysterious valley with clear streams used to be a training ground for ninja.
This year, 2,000 bamboo lanterns — a lamp made of a bamboo tube with hand-carved decorations — illuminate the valley and create a fantastic atmosphere with a background of colored leaves.
As an SDGs project, this event is aiming to conserve the environment: All the lanterns used for this event are made out of thinned bamboo abandoned in Nabari.
Main: Trail entrance to Fudo Falls
Sub: The Little Park to trail entrance
Elementary & middle school student (ages 6-15): ¥300
Preschool-child (under 6): Free
10-min bus ride from the nearest train station
Get off at Akameguchi station (赤目口) , then take a bus to Akamedaki (赤目滝). Details here (You may have to take a taxi on the way back in December and Janauary.)
Pay parking available (avg. ¥800/day).
During the illumination, some parking lots will be open for free after 4:30 pm (see map).
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671-1 Akame-cho Nagasaka, Nabari City, Mie Prefecture
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