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Lake Mashu is the clearest lake in Japan and the second only to Lake Baikal in the world. There are rumors about the lake: ”Couples visit Lake Mashu and if they can't see the lake's surface because of fog, their relationship will last longer.” ”If an unmarried person sees Lake Mashu on a clear day, he/she will marry later in his or her life.”
Mashu Genya, Teshikaga-cho, Kawakami, Hokkaido
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Described as Lake Mashu in the fog, it is rare to get to see the lake surface covered with the fog.
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