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A small mountain with a charming waterfall

Our returning night flight from Kansai International Airport certainly provided us ample time to... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2014
Qingzhe
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S'pore
An easy and fun walk/hike suitable for families

I visited Mt. Inunaki this week with my two children aged three and eight. It was a great day trip... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2010
Jacqui M
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Osaka, Japan
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21 Feb 2015
“I love Inunaki-san!”
21 Jan 2014
“A small mountain with a charming waterfall”
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Reviewed 21 February 2015

An easy mountain walk, with all the little shrines you'd expect in Japan, and vending machines of course. This is never going to be a major tourist attraction, it's just a very quaint and pleasant mountain stroll, for which I have a real fondness. Definitely...More

8  Thank Ian C
Reviewed 21 January 2014

Our returning night flight from Kansai International Airport certainly provided us ample time to make a memorable side trip to this little mountain with lots of small but charming waterfalls and some temples. After having breakfast near the Nankai Izumisano station, we took a public...More

4  Thank Qingzhe
Reviewed 31 March 2010

I visited Mt. Inunaki this week with my two children aged three and eight. It was a great day trip and highly recommended for anyone in the area looking to connect with nature. From Izumisano the drive is easy and short, about twenty minutes, and...More

5  Thank Jacqui M
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