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Lake Mashu

Listed under Lakes in Hokaido, Japan.

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  • Photo of Lake Mashu
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Lake Mashu, one of the scenic wonders of Japan's northern island Hokkaido, is a caldera lake that is claimed to have the clearest and bluest water in the world. A road connects the many great viewpoints situated on the caldera rim high above the mysterious dark blue waters.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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