Join this tour to see how Hokkaido’s winter weather interacts with Lake Mashu’s geography. The shape of the land funnels cold air over the trees that grow on the outer rim of Lake Mashu, creating impressive sheets of white frost upon the branches of the trees. Lake Mashu is a crystal-clear caldera, famous for the intense blue color of its waters, known locally as "Mashu blue." The contrast between the pure white frosted trees and the deep blue of the lake will leave a strong and lasting impression.
|When||Late December – late February|
|How Long||90 minutes|
|Cost||Adults (12 years old and over) 3,500 yen, children (7-11 years old) 2,500 yen, infants (6 years old and under) 500 yen|