袋田の滝 - Fukuroda Falls
Above: A view of the upper falls as they drain rice paddies from the mountains behind
Looking up from the bottom it's just over 120 meters to the top
The incredible autumn colors set the stage perfectly. It was impossible to take a bad picture!
Look closely, there's a quaint little Japanese restaurant tucked into the hillside where Mama Sato and I ate Devil's Tongue skewers with Miso Paste. Yeah, it was...interesting...
The 60-year-old-men-shaken draw bridge as it crosses the bottom of the falls
A view of the cliffs and mountains from which Fukuroda falls - accidental pun there = )