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Sandan-kyo

Walk around the special national attractions in Hiroshima Prefecture and enter a world as poetic as landscape painting of Sansuiga (type of Japanese painting)

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A Natural-born Wonderland

Designated as a national Special Place of Scenic Beauty, Sandan-kyo is known as a remarkable secluded site in Western Japan. The entire ravine measures about 16 kilometers. There is also a man-powered ferryboat, from where you can enjoy the superb scenery within the gorge, where a Sansuiga-painting like world expands. The Five Great Sceneries which include Kurobuchi, Sarutobi, Nidan Falls, Sandan Falls and Mitsudaki Falls captivate the sightseers.

Another attraction of Sandan-kyo is the ever-changing natural landscape that can be enjoyed with the seasons. In particular, the intoxicating green of spring and the sight of autumn leaves falling on the streams are the most beautiful.

You can also experience kayak and paddle surfing (SUP) and other activities to enjoy the unique natural atmosphere of Sandan-kyo.

Highlights

  • Designated as a national Special Places of Scenic Beauty, and a remarkable secluded site in Western Japan.
  • Beautiful scenery as a Sansuiga landscape painting and poetic atmosphere
  • Enjoy the fresh green in spring and the maple red in autumn.
  • Plenty of activities such as kayaking and SUP.

Photos

  • Sandan-kyo is known as a remarkable secluded site in Western Japan.

    Sandan-kyo is known as a remarkable secluded site in Western Japan.

  • Beautiful fall foliage can be seen in the fall.

    Beautiful fall foliage can be seen in the fall.

  • Touring around Sandan-kyo on paddleboards.

    Touring around Sandan-kyo on paddleboards.

Reviews

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  • 余若樺

    進去的路不是很好走,須要搭配一雙好穿的鞋子,最好是先上個洗手間,途中上廁所不是很方便。
    峽谷的地形風景真的很美,夏天的時候感覺很涼爽很舒服

  • 趙權同

    走在三段峽和中國廣西桂林的感覺好像,不禁會感嘆大自然的鬼斧神工

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Details

Name in Japanese
三段峡
Postal Code
731-3813
Address
Shiwagi, Yamagatagun Akiotacho, Hiroshima
Admission
Free
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)