The autumn leaves in Aomori this year are always two weeks away from me. From Hakkoda, to Hell Marsh, to Waterlily Marsh, to Tsuta Marsh, to Oirase, and to Lake Towada, I just saw the beginning of the gorgeous autumn leaves, which was far from the peak. The town of Lake Towada in mid-October is in the quiet period before the autumn leaves season after summer. There are three or two pedestrians on the lakeside, only the occasional siren of the cruise ship breaks the silence of the mountains. After walking by the lake, it was dusk. Not far away, the drums of evening prayer were dull and intense. In the last few clear bells, the town finally returned to night. The restaurants on the street were closed to thank customers, and they ordered take-out in the dimly lit street house. While standing on the street waiting for the lunch, the cute little girl from the stall owner ran out of the house and smiled constantly at me. Then, my heart a little bit lonely because I didn't see the autumn leaves was instantly cute.
Towada Lake, there is a large and clear water, surrounded by huge lush maple trees, I think the autumn maple leaves will be more beautiful when red! It is a double layer volcanic lake formed by the collapse of the eruption crater which occurred during the great eruption. Towada is the Ainu word for "Towarada", "TO" means "Lake", "WARADA" means "rock", is Japan's 12th Great Lake. The water depth of the lake is about 327 meters, in Japan's third place. The water is also very transparent, can be clearly seen 10 meters deep. The clear water of the lake is quite cold to touch with your hands.