Explore the beautiful view and scenery of Temple and Waterfall in Japan.
Nachi, a small coastal town near the southern tip of Wakayama Prefecture, is home to the tallest waterfall in Japan, the stunning 133 meter high Nachi no Taki (Nachi Falls), and next to it the Nachi Taisha Grand Shrine, one of the Kumano Sanzan, the three shrines at the heart of the area, and also Seigantoji Temple, part of the same complex. It has been respected as the sacred waterfalls by many people. Today, it is registered as UNESCO World Heritage Site. A place of worship in Japan for centuries.
Seiganto-ji Temple: Walked up several flights of steps, which ultimately ended up at a shrine area (called the Seiganto-ji Temple). You will able to see a pretty over-the-top majestic view above the treeline with the cliff-diving Nachi Waterfall in its context and a beautiful pagoda juxtaposed with it.