Tokaichiba and Natsugari Springs
Selected as one of the 100 Clear Waters of the Heisei Era, the Tokaichiba and Natsugari Springs are a collection of more than 10 different springs originating from Mt. Fuji and include the nearby Taro and Jiro Falls. The water’s nearly constant year-round temperature of about 12°C, abundant flow, and characteristics as a soft water with low alkaline levels all contribute to its longstanding reputation and use in irrigation for produce like wasabi and mizukakena turnips.
The closest station to Tokaichiba and Natsugari Springs
Tokaichiba Station on the Fujikyu Railway
Higashi-Katsura Station on the Fujikyu Railway.
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