Kamba Falls
神庭の滝

MAPCODE for car park : 387 412 095*15

Kamba Falls in Maniwa is truly an off-the-beaten-path gem. With its dramatic 110-meter drop and at 20 meters wide, it’s the largest waterfall in West Japan and you might be lucky enough to see wild monkeys around the area as well (Dec-Mar). And it’s definitely worth a trip to catch the dramatic fall colors! Walking along the promenade from the parking area to the waterfall takes about 5 minutes and the path is wheelchair- and stroller-accessible. The Ticket Office (No.1 pin on the Map) is close to the parking lot. After purchasing the ticket, walk the promenade for a while until the waterfall (No.2 pin on the Map). The Gallary & Cafe Ken (No.3 pin on the Map) is on the opposite side of the waterfall, so it's perfect for a short break.

Advice;
- Parking Lot: Kanba Falls 1st Parking Lot (神庭の滝 第1駐車場)
Fee: Free
Distance: Kamba Falls is about 800 meters north of the parking lot.
Note: 94 cars

The time of autumn leaves is especially recommended.
Autumn leaves: Bgn Nov-Mid Nov

Wild monkeys: Dec-Mar

Japanese macaques live in the area, and if you are lucky, you may be able to encounter them.

There are fashionable cafes and a shop near the parking lot.

Opening hours: 8: 30-17: 15
Closed: 12 / 29-1 / 3

About 1 hour and 50 minutes by car or 90km from/to Okayama City.

Opening Hours
Average Staying Time
30 minutes
Parking fee
free
Admission fee
Adults 300 yen Elementary and junior high school students 150 yen
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