Lake Shikotsu National Park Danshuei Diving Water Quality 10th consecutive year Japan 1st place Let’s go to see Crystal Blue at Shikotsu Lake boasting water quality and transparency

Voted 1st Place for Diving Water Quality 10th Consecutive Years in a Row

Lake Shikotsu is a caldera lake in Shikotsu-Toya National Park formed by a volcanic eruption about 44,000 years ago. The lake is one of the clearest in Japan and is so clear that swimming through it is said to feel like floating in the air. Explore mystical areas such as an ancient sunken forest and traces of eruptions known as the “underwater Grand Canyon”. You can also encounter rare fish, including blue carp and brown trout over 1m long, on this tour of new discoveries.


Fee
Diver rank OWD: ¥14,000
Diver rank AOW: ¥13,000
Diver rank RED: ¥12,500
Diver rank MSD: ¥12,000
Diver Rank: DM or more: ¥11,000
Regular holiday
Except for the operating hours
Business period
Apr-Dec   9:30‐15:00
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