Juni-Lake-Aoike

Juni Lake is a general term in more than one lake in Fukauramachi, Nishitsugaru-gun, Aomori. A lakes and marshes group of 33 which was circled by a grove of beech trees located in the Shirakami-sanchi west. It’s said that it was made of a landslide by the big earthquake which occurred in the Edo Period. Lakes and marshes of big and small 33 were made in the case, but because lakes and marshes of 12 were seen when I looked from Kuzureyama, I came to be called Juni Lake.

Aoike is famous in particular in Juni Lake. The pond where blue ink was poured at all.
I say that it isn’t elucidated yet why it looks blue. When a positive is appearing, I show an exquisite gradation and am dragged into the fantastic landscape.

Address: Fukauramachi Matsukami, Nishitsugaru-gun, Aomori (GoogleMap)

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