Nature / Seasons

Gokei Valley

Japan, 719-1151 Makiya, Soja City, Okayama Prefecture

The Makitani River, a tributary of the Takahashi River, has carved deeply into the granite plateau to form hanging cliffs, and the main peak, Tenbashirayama (330m above sea level), as well as other strangely shaped rocks such as Kenbo and Undadabo, rise as if to pierce the sky, attracting many visitors. It amazes the eye. In autumn, the trees along the mountain stream turn beautiful colors, making it a famous spot for autumn leaves.

Telephone number 080-6345-9132
Website http://www.city.soja.okayama.jp/kanko_project/kanko/kannkou_bunnka/kankouti/gokei.html
  • Approximately 45 minutes from Okayama Expressway Okayama Soja IC Approximately 30 minutes by taxi from JR Soja Station or approximately 20 minutes by taxi from JR Gokei Station
Language 日本語
Other Autumn leaves: Early November to late November

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