Bishamon-numa, Aka-numa, Midoro-numa, Benten-numa, Ruri-numa, Ao-numa, and other ponds are all combined under the name "Goshiki-numa (five-colored ponds)". Here in this area full of lakes and ponds is a trekking course that is approximately 3.6 kilometers long. The course is blanketed in fall colors, and the contrast between the ponds and the maple, Japanese maple, Japanese sumac, and other trees will bring joy to the tourist's eyes.
Let's visit the Bandai-kogen Highlands, one of the best fall leaves spots in Japan!
It's said that approximately 300 large/small lakes and ponds like the Lake Hibara-ko were formed in Ura-Bandai when Mt. Bandai erupted. The most well-known of them is the "Goshiki-numa". Bishamon-numa, Aka-numa, Midoro-numa, Benten-numa, Ruri-numa, and Ao-numa are among the more than 20 ponds that comprise Goshiki-numa.
This area has a trekking course of as long as 3.6 kilometers, where you can see the scenery dyed with the fall foliage of maple, Japanese maple, Japanese sumac, and other trees. Their contrast with the surrounding ponds is so striking that it will leave a lasting impression!
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