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Lake Mashu is a 211-meter deep caldera lake. It was once reputedly the world's clearest lake. Unlike most other lakes, Lake Mashu is not linked to any waterways. It is also famous for frequent fog.
Japan's largest marsh famous for red-crowned cranes
The Shikotsuko Hyobaku Festival features objects made out of ice
Beautiful crater lake in Akan National Park, Kushiro
Known for onsen resorts as well as famous water fall and magnificent cliffs scenery
Popular spot for whale watching and seeing brown bears, deer and foxes
Kushiro Marsh National Park, Japanese Crane
Astonished by the magnificent views of colorful flowers.
Hokkaido's highest mountain & pleasant bases for exploring Daisetsuzan National Park