Category:Shomyo Falls

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English: Shomyo Falls is a waterfall in Tateyama, Toyama, Japan. This is the highest waterfall in Japan.
日本語: 称名滝は、日本の富山県立山町にある滝。日本一の落差を誇る。
ရှောမျောရေတံခွန် (my); 称名滝 (ja); Chute d'eau de Shōmyō (fr); شوميو فالس (arz); Shōmyō (pl); Shomyo-daki (ceb); Šómjó (cs); شومیو چھمبر (pnb); Shōmyō-Wasserfall (de); 称名瀑布 (wuu); Cascata di Shōmyō (it); Shōmyō Falls (en); آبشار شومیو (fa); 稱名瀑布 (zh); Шомјо водопад (sr) Cascata giapponese (it); 富山県の滝 (ja); Wasserfall in Japan (de); air terjun di Jepang (id); شلال في اليابان (ar); waterfall in Toyama Prefecture, Japan (en) Shomyo-daki (en)
Shōmyō Falls 
waterfall in Toyama Prefecture, Japan
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Instance ofwaterfall
Part ofJapan's Top 100 Waterfalls (38)
Named after
  • Shōmyō
Located in protected areaChūbu-Sangaku National Park
Location Ashikuraji, Tateyama, Nakaniikawa district, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Located in or next to body of waterShōmyō River
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Height
  • 350 m
  • 126 m (Q46868895)
Elevation above sea level
  • 1,260 m
36° 34′ 31.08″ N, 137° 31′ 23.88″ E
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