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Officially known as the Ogouchi Reservoir, Lake Okutama is actually man-made and required 19 years to complete. The lake is surrounded by mountains, so you can enjoy the beautiful scenery as it changes with the seasons year-round. The panoramic view from the floating bridge is lovely.
Okutama-cho, Okutama, Tokyo
The Okutamako area is also well known as a driving destination. From Tsukiyomi Parking Area No.1, you are able to see the lake below.
A 15-minute ride from JR Okutama Station.
A 70-minute drive from Oume Interchange via Oume-Kaido and National Route 411.
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