Lake Mashu

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Hokkaido Lake Mashu | Once the World's Largest Lake

Hokkaido Lake Mashu | Once the World's Largest Lake

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.

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