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Goshikinuma Lake, Kitashiobara-mura

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Water Body
Take a walk around Goshikinuma Lake, a set of five strikingly colored lakes. The lakes have existed since 1887, when a nearby volcano erupted and sent a mass of earth and rubble down into what was then a river, creating separate bodies of water. Minerals in the earth have made the water of each a different shade of blue, while plants and algae in the depths have a red tinge, creating a captivating scene of vivid colors. Hike between the five main lakes to snap photos capturing each one's individual look. Our Kitashiobara-mura holiday planner makes visiting Goshikinuma Lake and other Kitashiobara-mura attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Obon holiday has been used. Put Yaginuma side parking the car, went behind the scenes at Bandai Visitor Center by bus, walked from there back. Is maintained around the ABI bishamon-NUMA, from the parking lot near it was pretty crowded, but not too crowded at Benten-NUMA per. 10 minutes-because you might go back and walk about 20 minutes to hopefully will no longer crowded. Was a 30-year Buri Goshiki-NUMA, but I felt very fresh. Aizu tourist please stop by take a look at.
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  • Also, have spectacular views of the descending four seasons descending trail minimum maintained carefully. Hope you feel not yet commercialized a valuable tourist destination, Japan's four seasons.
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  • Marsh from time (3/23) went bad, but how to walk from the visitor center was white with snow. I'd better go in well equipped, restaurants etc and still closed at Snowshoe walking with a guide who had, but so is no adequate way.
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