伊豆半島ジオパークIzu Peninsula UNESCO Global Geopark

Central Izu

Joren Falls

  • Lava flow of Hachikuboyama Volcano and lava plateau


    The Joren-no-taki Waterfall is one of the largest falls of Izu Peninsula. The cascade formed at the backdrop of the lava that flowed from the Hachikuboyama Volcano. The lava created the Kayano plateau and today, a large road (Route No. 136) runs through the landscape. The flat surface was also ideal for farmlands, which prompted people to build villages around the area.

    Among the cliffs on the border of the lava flow one can see “columnar joints” (rocks shaped like columns that are formed when lava cools down and contracts).

Basic information

  • Kiosk
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Universal access
Travel information
 
Safety information
 
Access
The location is 30 minutes by bus from Shuzenji Station of Izuhakone Railway
Rest room
 
Kiosk & Rest houses
 
Parking information
 

Access map

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  • 伊豆半島ジオパークミュージアム ジオリア

  • 伊豆ジオ半島ジオパークの遊び方ガイド いずじおアクティビティ

Izu Peninsula Geo Guide Association
Izu Kyuko Line
IZUHAKONE Railway
Tokai bus