The Shiraito Falls (白糸の滝, Shiraito no Taki) is a beautiful waterfalls located in the southwestern hills of Mount Fuji, Fujinomiya, Japan. The falls is ranked among the gorgeous waterfalls in Japan. The waterfalls is the 150 meter wide cascade is nourished by the volcano’s spring water and runs off the edge of a 20 meter high cliff in thin white streams that look like hanging threads of silk. The base of the waterfall is without difficulty accessible from the road via a walking trail in just a few minutes. The waterfall is the part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and has been protected since 1936 as a Japanese Natural Monument. In 1990, it was chosen as the “waterfall 100 selections of Japanese”, making it the famous tourist attractions in the whole country tourists about 700,000 visitors each year.