There is such a legend in Lake Mashū. If a couple sees theLake Mashū under the clear sky, then the wedding period will be postponed. If you can't see the lake, then love will last for a long time. It was not too foggy when we visited at this viewpoint, good sign!
To ask what color is the water in Mo Zhou Lake, the answers are different in different seasons and different angles, and it may not be seen at all! Some official websites call it "the last sanctuary on the ground", although exaggerated, it also highlights its mystery.
This volcanic lake is 351 meters above sea level, the deepest part is 211.4 meters, and the area is larger than the Akan Lake. Surrounded by cliffs of three or four hundred meters, it is said to be the most transparent lake in the world because it does not flow in and out without impurities.
There is often fog on the lake, especially in June and July (see Figure 9). There is an old song called "Mo Zhou Lake in the fog", and there are several legends about the fog of Mo Zhou Lake. If a couple can't see the lake because of the fog, it will last for a long time. If the unmarried person sees the lake without fog, What will delay the wedding period, may be to comfort the visitors who can not see the scenery here.
Lake Mashu is located in a lake in the Kawasaki-cho, Kawakami-gun, in the eastern part of Hokkaido, Japan. It is a volcanic lake and is the most transparent lake in Japan. It was listed as a Hokkaido heritage in 2001. When I went, it was cold, although the cold wind blew my whole person frozen, but it was amazing when I saw the quiet and sacred Lake Mashu.
It is said that there is not much time when Lake Mu Zhou can see the whole picture all year round. If you are lucky enough to see the Lake of the Week at the sunny day, this is very lucky~