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A treasure tucked away in Aiomori Prefecture in Japan. It is Japan's eleventh largest lake. As you drive towards the lake you will see cars parked on the side of the road of people enjoying the waterfalls and sound of water rushing through the rocks....More
The best part of the beach is the water. It is warm and peaceful and surrounded by beautiful cranes. The sand is well kept but not equivalent to Okinawa or Hawaii. There are not many people at the beach and there are no services on...More
Had a great time water tubing from the base side. It's kind of weird and creepy to think that this is the place that was used to practice for the Pearl Harbor attack. And we were water tubing. It looked a lot like Maine. It...More
The lake and the surrounding hills always seem peaceful (except the occasional roar of jet engines with aircraft at nearby Misawa airbase). There are several beaches around the lake to play in the water; realize it stays pretty cool well into summer. There is also...More