Nunobiki Falls° 13°ň
H104 UPPER FALL OF NUNOBIKI, KOBE
[ID] 2802°°°°( ID:2802 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Album]
[Place] Kobe
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 196x258
[Cabinet] 56-10-0
[Keyword] park/fall/ravine
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Odaki of Nunobiki Falls in the mid-Meiji Period. Because the Odaki and Medaki waterfalls have the appearance of stretched cloth, people started to call them "the waterfalls of Nunobiki (pulled cloth)". The Nunobiki Amusement Park was built by a private company in 1872, and the area was subsequently developed for entertainment purposes. This was taken around the same time as photograph #2816 (Stone Stairs of Mt. Maya).