Tengu-Taki Waterfall, which is 38 meters high, slides down along a huge rock fault surface about 20 meters across. After walking about 500 meters along the forest road from the Senzoku bus stop on Tokyo Municipal Road 205, and then a 500 meter climb up along the Senzoku-zawa Mountain Stream from the entrance to the road up a mountain, the waterfall appears.
Though it is 38 meters in hight, it slowly flows down with a quiet noise so that you can distinctly see the flow of the water.
When you stand in front of the waterfall, you can see the symmetry that spreads from top to bottom as it flows down. The contrast between the wet rock surface and the greenery that grows naturally, and the white waterfall running down is a photogenic landscape. It is also a perfect place to take a rest while gazing at the scenery below.
Address: Mitsugo, Hinohara-mura, Nishi-tama-gun, Tokyo 190-0211
Tel: 042-598-1011 (Hinohara-mura Village Office)