The Kegon Falls is a powerful waterfall with a drop of 97 meters. The Daiya River flowing out from Lake Chuzenji has carved the earth and created a magnificent waterfall and gorge. The charm of the waterfall, which is one of the three most famous waterfalls in Japan, is the beautiful sight of the average of three tons of water flowing straight down every second. From the waterfall viewing platform near the waterfall basin, you can see the seasonal scenery.
Ever since Ieyasu Tokugawa was enshrined at Toshogu Shrine, Nikko has prospered as a gateway town, and by the Meiji era (1868-1912), it had developed into an international tourist city, attracting many travelers from overseas. In addition to the stately temples and shrines with deep history, the surrounding area is rich in nature, with waterfalls, lakes, hot springs, and there is no end to the number of tourists all year round.