When you are in Akita, be sure to go to [Tianze Lake] for a slow ride and enjoy the good times.
It is also the deepest lake in Japan. The
dark blue lake exudes a breathtaking beauty, and the water quality is quite clear. You can see the cheerful fish when you walk into the shore.
Rental Bike Tips: No deposit is required, just fill out the form and you can rent a car. Ordinary bicycles cost 600 yen for one hour and 1,500 yen for one hour for electric bicycles. It is open from 8 am to 5 pm, and the average bicycle is rented for 1,600 yuan a day. It takes about two hours to ride around the lake.
Walk around the lake, there are some must-see scenery~
1[Hushen Gold "Dragon Son""
The water here is calm and clear, there are many fish In the shallow waters, you can watch at close range.
2[Reminiscent of the mudflat campus]
A Japanese-style old building, originally an old school, has been abandoned. It has now been reopened and opened to the public. There are a lot of old objects in the school. It is a very good photo location, and it is said that it is also the location of many film and television dramas.
3[Ou Shishi Shrine]
On the north side of Tazawa Lake, there is a bird house facing the lakeside, which is opposite to the deep blue lake and the big floating clouds in the sky. nice. No wonder the shrine, also known as the patron saint of the United States, is too much film.
4[Lakeside restaurant ORAE]
A small break at the lake to have a meal, you can come here. It is characterized by its own brewed beer. Walk into the restaurant and you will see a large beer brewing barrel. You can order some specialties and seasonal vegetables from Tazawa Lake, and enjoy a glass of sweet wine. Look out over the lake and slowly feel the beautiful summer of Tazawa Lake.
The Tazawa Lake in Akita Prefecture is the deepest lake in Japan, with a water depth of more than 400 meters. The symbol here is a bronze-painted gold-painted statue of Chen Zi, from the legend of Chen Zi Ji. It seems to be a cloudy day, but I think it should be like this. There is also a small driftwood shrine on the lakeside. You can take a boat trip around the lake, or take a bike for two or three hours around the lake.
At the Tazawa Lake, I ate the rice bowl Udon noodles and the gossip pork shabu-shabu in Akita Prefecture. Put the vegetables in the pan, then the pork can be eaten for a few seconds. Udon noodles are soft and smooth, like ~~
Tazawako is a famous sightseeing spot in Akita, Japan. It is located in Semboku City, Akita Prefecture, northeastern Japan. It is the deepest lake in Japan and is 249 meters above sea level.
Interesting is the water surface of Tazawa Lake. As the light and angle change, the lake will change from emerald to dark blue. If you don't see it with your own eyes, it's hard to believe that there is such a clear and clear blue lake in the world. The scenery in front of you is really like the tourist postcards that are a little exaggerated.
The edge of the shoal of Tazawa Lake is erected with a golden "Chenzi", which is said to be made to commemorate a girl named "Chen Zi". In order to get the beauty that never fades, the child turns into a dragon year. Guarding the Tazawa Lake. The mountains of Tazawa Lake are beautiful in shape and have different colors throughout the year. The bronze statue of this girl who guards the Tazawa Lake all the year round is a symbol of Tazawa Lake. When you arrive, remember to take pictures and take pictures.
The northeastern part of Japan is more populous than the big cities of Tokyo and Osaka. Flowers and trees can grow here. From the past three days, nothing has been added from the eyes. It comes from the most authentic and simple nature of nature. view.
The young people in the countryside can always find a reason to live in a big city, escape from the slow and unchanging life here, but the people in the city seize the short break of the weekend, escape from the hustle and bustle, come here to feel the most natural Mountain color.
The three-day mountain life is so slow that we can have the mood to listen to the raindrops on the shores of Tazawa Lake. Look carefully at which rice fields are ripening, so slow that we mistakenly thought it has passed. A week... The original "Little Forest" depicts not an ideal life, but a real life.