A Japanese meal served on a dining platform beside the famous Imadaki Waterfall

Eco tourism

Yurihamacho Tourism Association

Price

¥1,700~

Highlights

  • Enjoy a Japanese-style meal box (bento) while appreciating the beauty of the 44 meter high Imadaki Waterfall and the relaxing sound of its cascading water.
  • In case of rainy or stormy weather, meals will be served in a restaurant in the Yurihamacho area.
  • These meal boxes are specially prepared by the famous restaurant Kaiseki Sato in Yurihamacho. Using carefully selected ingredients produced in Tottori, we created an exquisitely presented and delicious meal.
  • Time required: approximately 1 hour.
  • Only a 200 meter walk from the parking area.

Description

Itinerary
(1) Gathering and admission
Meet at the Imadaki Waterfall parking lot and sign in.
(2) Explanation
Walk to the outdoor dining area and learn about the waterfall from a guide.
(3) Experience
View the splendid waterfall and enjoy a meal beside it.
(4) Finishing up
Return to the parking lot to conclude the experience.

*The above schedule is a rough outline.
Please note that the schedule may change depending on the situation of the day.

Detail

Guide language

English, Japanese

Included

- Meal

- tax

- service charge

Required time 60 minutes ~
Cancellation Policy

(1) Cancellation made eight (8) days prior to the scheduled date of activities or earlier: No cancellation charge

(2) Cancellation made between seven (7) to four (4) days prior to the scheduled date of activities: 50% of the Participation Charges

(3) Cancellation made between three (3) days prior to the scheduled date to the scheduled date: 100% of the Participation Charges

Holding condition

In case of rainy or stormy weather, meals will be served in a restaurant in the Yurihamacho area.

Options

  • A Japanese meal served on a dining platform beside the famous Imadaki Waterfall

    Required time

    60 minutes ~

    Qualifying age

    6~

    from ¥ 1,700

    Booking

Meeting point

Shop Information

Shop Name

Yurihamacho Tourism Association