Akimoto Lake

When Mt. Bandai erupted in the Urabandai area, Okuragawa River and Nakatsugawa River were blocked, resulting in the creation of Akimoto Lake. This is the deepest lake among the three Urabandai lakes (Lake Hibara, Lake Onogawa, Akimoto Lake) and the second biggest lake after Lake Hibara. Boats, fishing and camping are available.

When Mt. Bandai erupted in the Urabandai area, Okuragawa River and Nakatsugawa River were blocked, resulting in the creation of Akimoto Lake. This is the deepest lake among the three Urabandai lakes (Lake Hibara, Lake Onogawa, Akimoto Lake) and the second biggest lake after Lake Hibara. Boats, fishing and camping are available.

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