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Tazawako Lake

Tazawakokata, Semboku 014-1203, Akita Prefecture
+81 187-43-2111
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Large lake, few shops

The statue in the lake is very nice and you can get some lovely photos of the large lake. A few... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
den5lb
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Leeds, United Kingdom
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Beautiful Place to visit

Visited last weekend and the views are wonderful , very peaceful place to visit , it is a caldera... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2017
travelforwork035
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Little Rock, Arkansas
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Tazawakokata, Semboku 014-1203, Akita Prefecture
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The statue in the lake is very nice and you can get some lovely photos of the large lake. A few kilometres around there is a small area with a cafe/shop and place where you can hire pedalos and a small beach area. There isn't...More

Thank den5lb
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Visited last weekend and the views are wonderful , very peaceful place to visit , it is a caldera lake and being so deep I was surprised how pleasant the water temp was . We went last weekend during Kanto festival so it was very...More

Thank travelforwork035
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Tazawa lake not is the largest lake in Japan, but is the deepest lake in Japan with about 423.4m. Tokyo tower only about 333m and Tokyo sky tree about 634m, taxi driver told me, can put Tokyo into the lake! Water very clean and can...More

Thank Baileyxinh
Reviewed 12 June 2017

The lake is almost perfectly circular (volcanic I guess) and surrounded by mountains. Nice views across. Not sure about the Tatsuko statute - seems a bit incongruous in this natural setting.

Thank Conrad N
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Really beautiful lake, the water is so clear. There are many sightseeing spots around the lake. I guess the easiest way to go around is a rental car, but I think there is also a bus that goes around the lake too. Went here in...More

Thank Joonas L
Reviewed 26 January 2017

It is a beautiful lake with a lovly story behind. Filled with fish and in summer with people trying to spae the heat

Thank Ana H
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Lake Tazawa 田澤湖was one of the stops during our 2016 Autumn leaf-viewing Trip. We took a lot of pictures at this golden lady statue (姬觀音像), peaceful water, vibrant autumn maple leaves on the trees and distant mountains.

Thank Chuang004
Reviewed 11 December 2016

Although a long bus trip, the beauty of Japan lies in its peaceful lakes, trees, gardens and mountains, Mt Fuji being the stunner. Many will look at the statue and feel nothing- but this is a symbol - as is the lake. But the usual...More

Thank hotroxx
Reviewed 23 October 2016

There is a good story attached to the statue but it is nothing special to look at. What save it are the stunning views.

Thank Brucie32
Reviewed 3 July 2016

The scenery at the lake was just beautiful. I took a bus from Tazawako station to hotspring onsen on Nuyto. The bus has a stop nearby the lake shore. So you can get off the bus to enjoy activities or walking around the lake if...More

Thank Emmalively
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eikpinng
21 September 2015|
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Response from Stella K | Reviewed this property |
We took a bus down to visit the lake - about 25-30 minutes from Mizuwa-sanso (bus stop was across the street a bit below, 2-3 minutes on foot). We spent about an hour on a bicycle (Y400 per hour per bicycle for the first... More
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eikpinng
21 September 2015|
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Response from Tony J | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I did not stay at the Nyuto Onsen. But I understand the buses run from Tazawako JR station every hour or so around the Lake and up to the Nyuto area. I am away from home at the moment so can't get to my trip... More
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