Ashinoko Lake Japan
Lake Ashi or Hakone Lake, Ashinoko Lake, is a picturesque bay in the Hakone territory of Kanagawa Prefecture in Honshū Japan. It is a hole pond that falsehoods along the southwest divider of the caldera of Mount Hakone, an unpredictable fountain of liquid magma. The pond is known for its perspectives of Mt. Fuji and its various sweltering springs. Various joy watercrafts and ships cross the bay, furnishing picturesque sees for vacationers and travelers. Some of the watercrafts are full-scale reproductions of warship privateer ships.Most guests to Lake Ashi stay in the close-by resorts or visit a portion of the nearby inclinations, incorporating taking the ethereal tram Hakone Ropeway to The Great Boiling Valley. From Togendai on Lake Ashi, the Hakone Ropeway airborne tram unites with Sounzan, the upper terminus of the Hakone Tozan Cable Car funicular line. This in turn unites with the Hakone Tozan Line mountain track for the plunge to Odawara and an association with Tokyo.