Kegon Falls and Lake Chūzenji
|Location||Nikkō National Park, Tochigi Prefecture, Honshū, Japan|
|Total height||97 m (318 ft)|
Kegon Falls (華厳滝 Kegon no Taki) is a waterfall in Japan located in Nikkō National Park in Tochigi Prefecture on the island of Honshū. It is fed by Lake Chūzenji, which is the source of the Oshiri River which flows through this waterfall. The waterfall is 97 metres (318 ft) high. The Kegon Falls and Nikkō National Park are one of the most famous and popular places in Japan, receiving thousands of visitors each year. In 1927, the Kegon Falls was recognized as one of the "Eight Views" which best showed Japan and its culture in the Shōwa period.
The waterfall is also infamous for suicides, especially among Japanese youth.
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