These 30-meter falls drop from an andesite cliff on the upper reaches of the Yada River. The falls are also known as Urami-no-taki (meaning "look-from-behind waterfall") because the water jets far enough out from the top that you can see the backside as it drops. The path up to Yoshitaki Falls features basalt above the rice paddies that fractured due to landslides. At the bottom the scarp you can get a great view of Shimaji Pond down below.
- Postal Code
- Kusube 284, Ojiro Ward, Kami Town, Mikata County, Hyogo Prefecture
- Kami Town Ojiro Tourism Association 0796-97-2250