Not far from the first observation deck of Lake Mashu. From the third observatory, you can see a panoramic view of Lake Mashu. When the weather is good, the lake is clear and blue.
The third viewing platform of Lake Mashu has a good angle, and the parking lot is free. The distance from the first viewing platform of Lake Mashu is about 3km. In fact, it is on the same road as the first viewing platform, and there is also an Omoshu Lake viewing platform on the other side of the lake.
On the way to the Shiretoko Peninsula on the Shiretoko shuttle bus, we passed the scenic spots of Lake Mashu. In the snowy weather, you need to be careful when you go to the observation deck. It is especially slippery. The cloudy Lake Mashu is quite common. Big.
Together with the Sulfur Mountain parking lot, the parking coupon is only 500 yen. Although the weather is bad, there is no view to see, but the souvenir shop inside is good. A can of yogurt tastes good.
The view here is not bad. There are not many obstructions. The lake looks beautiful. The mountains in the distance are covered by clouds. She looks shy.
The autumn colour peak here would have been early October so we missed it. Paid parking required. Food and lots of souvenirs on sale.
It was windy and cold but nonetheless the beauty of the lake triumphant, the 3rd observatory is a short distance from the 1st but no charge.
Although it was misty the day I visited, Lake Mashu is stunning. From the parking lot, you cross the road and climb stairs to the viewpoint. From here you gaze down into the caldera where Lake Mashu...
Thanks to the review, we came to this observatory. We get to see beautiful lake and the reflections of the mountain and clouds on the lake. Felt so refreshed.
I enjoyed the third observatory more than the first observatory - it's a short drive away once you're up on the mountain. At the third observatory, you also get a great view of Lake Kussaro.
Preston_Dominguez: Teshikaga, Kawakami District, Hokkaido 088-3461
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Lake Mashu 1st Observatory,Lake Mashu the 3rd Observatory