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Swamp of five colors
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Goshiki-numa (The Five Colored Lakes) is a collective name of several ponds varying in size, situated in the Urabandai area. Designated as Bandai-Asahi National Park, these multicolored ponds, including green, red, and blue are all scattered along a 3.6km-long nature trail. You can enjoy a stroll around the shores or even a boat ride. The area offers different charms for each season.
1093-697 Kengamine, Hibara, Kitashiobara-mura, Yama, Fukushima(Urabandai Visitor Center)
Summertime (April 1st - November 31st): 9:00 - 17:00Wintertime (December 1st - March 31st): 9:00 - 16:00
Tuesdays (Opened if a national holiday falls on Tuesday, and the following day is closed .)Year-end and new year holidays.
Boat rental is available at the pond. There are museum and a restaurant where you can take a break that make trekking easier even for the novice trekkers.
Goshikinuma Iriguchibus stop on Kyukamura/Hibara line on the Urabandai Toto Bus from Inawashiro Station on the JR Line.
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