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Lake Ashinoko near Kojiri
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ここはなんといっても世界に誇る観光地箱根芦ノ湖の北の端です。芦ノ湖は標高800mにあり、箱根の火山の噴火によって川の流れがせき止められてできた湖です。箱根の地形について、富士山をも上回る巨大な火山がかつてあり、何回かの爆発を経て現在の形になったという説が信じられてきましたが、最近は違う説の方が有力らしいです。ともかく箱根に行くならなんといっても芦ノ湖です。元箱根近辺の騒がしいところと違い、この辺はとても静かで景色もきれいでゆったりした気分に浸れます。正面から見て左側南東方向には最高峰神山、そして北東方向に見える煉瓦色の建物は芦ノ湖の水の出口である湖尻水門です。残念ながら富士山は雲の後ろです。

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送信日: 10/09/2011
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