Waterfalls have long been regarded with reverence in Japan. According to the 11th century SAKUTEIKI scrolls 'Acala (the Bhuddist deity) avowed that any waterfall more than 3 feet high represented his body' This Waterfall starts off as a stream in the 'mountains' and drops over a number of 'ribbon' falls before tumbling into the pond between large rocks, creating that wonderful splashing sound only possible with water, and evoking a feeling of solitude so reminiscent of the Japanese garden

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