Leave for Juniko(twelve) lake in the Shirakami Mountain Range.
It spreads 130,000 hectares over Aomori and Akita,
and the central part has been listed as a World Natural Heritage Site since 1993.
Take a walk around the untouched primeval beech forest with a volunteer guide
and reach Ao-ike Pond with mysterious cobalt blue water. It’s particularly beautiful!
Leave there and went ahead to Lake Towada.
It’s a nice riding through Jukai(the sea of trees)Line.Lake Towada is spreading out below It’s the largest caldera lake on Honshu and
famous for its breathtaking clear water.
I also visited the Oirase Mountain Stream.
It runs through a virgin forest.
I enjoyed walking along the banks of the stream. I stayed at B&B near Lake Towada and went back home.
There are rich nature in Oamori Prefecture and my favorite touring place.