It is a gigantic waterfall falling down from the basalt rock and second highest among the Seven Falls. You can look at it in quite short distance from the observatory.
The fall named after its appearance like a tail of shrimps (ebi). You can look at it from the suspension bridge.
It is named "hebi-daru" (snake fall), as the pattern of basalt rocks around the waterfall looks like scales of snakes. The unique pattern can be clearly seen from the "Kawazu Odoriko Takimi-bashi Bridge".
Bronze statue of "Odoriko (Dancer) and me" matches the white streams of the fall and its atmosphere, and it is one of the popular photo spots. It is also a main venue of the "Taki Matsuri Festival".
Beautiful contrast of a white and green. It is a secluded waterfall in splendid mountain stream.
2 rivers meet here to make 1 stream, and it is named "Deaidaru" (meeting fall). The clear blue color of waterfall basin is impressive.
It is the highest waterfall among the Seven Falls. It is majestic that the waterfall is falling from a vertically-elongated basalt rock.
* The Oo-daru waterfall trail is not currently open for visiting Oo-daru Waterfalls.