The Nishizawa Keikoku) (near Kofu is one of the Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park's most lovely valleys, a national park covering more than 1250 square kilometers of wooded mountains, hills, gorges and some rural cities in the prefectures of Yamanashi, Saitama, Nagano and Tokyo.
A hiking trail leads along a scenic mountain stream up the tight Nishizawa Valley and past several waterfalls. You reach the highlight of the valley, the Nanatsugama-Godan-no-Taki, a lovely five-tiered waterfall after about 90 minutes. A distinct, more sloping path leads back to the bus stop from the waterfall.
There are times when the path through the valley is steep and strong shoes are recommended. A visit to the Nishizawa Keikoku during the autumn leaves season, which generally peaks at the end of October and early November, is particularly lovely.
Don't forget a camera! 約4時間から5時間の本格的なコース。最初は平らな道がありますが、谷が深くなるにつれて、息が活発に上下します。水は信じ難い青色で、ハイキングは挑戦的ですが、幅広い年齢層や能力が可能です。多くの滝や彫刻された花崗岩のプールがあります。実用的な靴（少なくともスニーカー）を着用し、軽食と水をお勧めします。カメラを忘れないでください！
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