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Designated as a national treasure, you can see an abundance of various kinds of aquatic and hygrophyte plants nurtured in the acidic, cool spring water. This area is well known for the world's largest Chokai Marimo moss and deformed beech trees. Embark on the two-hour hiking course for the best views.
Nakajimadai, Yokooka, Kisakata-machi, Nikaho, Akita
- The site is situated within Nakajimadai Recreation no Mori forest, and it does not have any regular holidays but it may be temporarily closed during winter due to snow. - Walking sticks and maps are available at the entrance.
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