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Lakes at Goshikinuma
Lakes at Goshikinuma (Photo: Goshikinuma – Sek Keung Lo / CC BY-NC 2.0)

The colorful ponds and lakes in Fukushima, known as Goshikinuma, were created when Mount Bandai erupted over a century ago. Influenced by the volcanic elements and minerals, each body of water has its own distinctive color, these hues intensified by the change of the seasons and can be changed.



Hibara, Kitashiobara, Yama District, Fukushima 966-0501 (Map) (Directions)


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Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
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Holidays Open 24 hours

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General Amenities

  • Free parking
  • Souvenir shop

What's unique

  • Michelin ★

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Brian Wood-Koiwa

Out of a deadly volcanic eruption in July 1888, came the beautiful and surreal colors of the Goshiki-numa or Five-Colored Ponds

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