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Japan

What are the seven natural wonders of Japan? As an island country located off the eastern side of mainland Asia, Japan is often sought after as a tourist spot for its culture and heritage. Japan is a beautiful country with nature attractions that are worthy of the designation wonder of nature.

Nachi Falls

Nachi Falls is the tallest single plunge waterfall in Japan. The total single drop falls 436 feet (133 m). It is also one of the most well-known and valued waterfalls in the country. The sister falls of Hannoki Falls and Shomyo Falls are argued to be taller. Hannoki Falls, a seasonal falls, drop a total of 1,630 feet (497 m), but this is with multiple drops and plunges.

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Mount Fuji

Located almost in the center of Japan, this mountain is the highest in the country, with height reaching in about 12,300 feet. Since ancient times, Mt. Fiji has become a place for worship, and a lot of folk legends relating to the mountain.

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Vietnam

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Philippines

The Philippines is archipelago comprising 7,107 islands and a vast array of wonders of nature that are scattered over the country.

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