The 133 metres high Nachi Falls is after the twin falls Hannoki Falls (487 m) and Shomyo Falls (350 m) the third highest waterfall of Japan. The falls are situated in the Kii Mountains (Wakayama Prefecture) and within the Yoshino-Kumano Nationalpark.
It is one of Japan's Top 100 Waterfalls.
Japan 1970, Nachi Falls.
Japan 1999, Nachi Falls and Engetsu Island.
Japan 2006, Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range.
The illustration of the sheet is showing the Tendai Buddhist temple (Seiganto-ji) and the Nachi Fall.
The ten stamps are showing:
1 & 2) Honghu Shrine
3) Nachi Falls, 4) Nachi Shrine, Kumano
5) Fire Festival of Nachi, 6) Seiganto temple
7 & 8 Kongobu temple and figure of the Kongobu temple
9 & 10) Kinpusen temple and figure of the Kinpusan temple
Japan 2014, Nachi Falls.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives — Nationalparks".
Tendai Buddhist temple (Seiganto-ji) and the Nachi Fall.
The stamp was issued in the series
"60th Anniversary Series of the Enforcement of the Local Autonomy Wakayama Prefecture".