Nomizo no taki (Nomizo fall) / Kameiwa Cave is a waterfall that flows through the Kameiwa Cave in Sasa (Shimizu Keiryu Square), Kimitsu City, Chiba Prefecture,Japan.
It is a waterfall that hangs in the Shimizu mountain stream square in the upper reaches of the Sasa River (second-class river of the Obitsu River system). An artificial waterfall that drops its height difference . The Chiba Prefectural Road No. 24 Chiba Kamogawa Line (Boso Skyline) runs directly above the cave.
There is a “lucky bell” on the promenade around the cave, where fireflies dance in early summer and autumn leaves are beautifully colored and recently The spectacular view finally became a TV commercial on a Sony TV commercial.
Access : Coordinates: 35° 11′ 7.4″ N, 140° 3′ 36.3″ E / Location Sasa, Kimitsu City, Chiba Prefecture ,Japan.
- Kameiwa Cave : It is a cave created for paddy cultivation in the early Edo period.  It was confirmed that there was a rock similar to a turtle in the cave, and it is said that it was named the turtle rock cave.
- The old “Nomizo Waterfall” , located about 50 meters downstream.
Go next : Lake Kameyama / Mamenbara Plateau / Oyama Rice Terraces / Yoro Keikoku Okukiyosumi Prefectural Natural Park / Mother Farm / Kominato Railway.