Kushiro Shitsugen National Park

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Japan's Largest Marsh

Japan's Largest Marsh

Kushiro Marsh is Japan's largest marsh extends across Kushiro Plain in the eastern Hokkaido. Twenty-six hectares in size, it has been designated a national park and is famous for wetland's avian inhabitants, particularly red-crowned cranes that breed there. Sakhalin taimen, called "phantom fish," also inhabit marsh.

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