Akame 48 Waterfalls is a symbolic attraction in Nabari, Mie Prefecture. This mysterious valley is said to have been a training ground for Iga Ninja in the Edo Period. This event is part of ecotourism, aiming to conserve the environment.
All the lanterns used for this event are made out of thinned bamboo abandoned in the local area.
Main: Trail entrance to Fudo Falls
Sub: Akame Museum of Natural History to trail entrance
Elementary & middle school student: ¥300
Pre-schooler : 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
Limited number of parking spaces are available (avg. ¥800/day)
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671-1 Akame-cho Nagasaka, Nabari City, Mie Prefecture
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For more information on the trains, please visit Kintetsu Railway website.
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