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Oko-no-taki falls, Kagoshima prefecture
Located at the terminus of river Oko at the west part of Mount Nagata, on Yakushima island, the Oko no taki waterfall has a drop of 88 meters down a rocky slope.
The rainy climate of Yakushima island produces a huge amount of precipitation inside the mountain area.
Enormous amounts of rain water gathered by several rivers, run through the deep V shaped valley, producing several spectacular waterfalls.
SOURCE: Yasufumi Nishi, courtesy of Japan National Tourism Organization, used with permission.
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