The Akame 48 Waterfalls is a valley of numerous falls with a relatively-easy hiking trail running alongside them in Nabari City, Mie. There’s a giant salamander museum at the head of the trail, and a “ninja forest” nearby where you can rent a costume and practice the stealthy art.
Mie Prefecture, in south-central Japan, has long been a hub for enlightenment and self-reflection. It’s home to Ise Jingu, Japan’s most revered shrine, and part of the sacred Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail. Undeniably, Mie is the place to visit if you need a quiet space to “find yourself,” and the Akame 48 Waterfalls is one of many spots within the prefecture to do so.
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