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We drove to Lake Onneto as a diversion on our way to Lake Kussharo because old guidebooks listed a hidden hot spring a short hike from the lake. Onneto is a beautiful and quiet lake, with no signs of civilization around it except the road...More
Although we arrived just as it was starting to rain, the beauty of the Lake set against the backdrop of the hills behind was stunning. We were enroute along the Ashoro highway 241 and didn't venture anywhere on foot but just stopped off at a...More
Tired of the touristy feeling of Lake Akan? Not far away you will find Lake Onneto. With much fewer tourists going (no shops, no convenience stores, no hotels), this place is the place for people who like it this way. The view says it all....More
Having come to the area to hike neighbouring Mt Me-Akan (active volcano), we also visited lake Onetto. It's quiet, calm, and beautiful, especially in the autumn. We sat lakeside and read for a couple of hours. lovely.
Decided to check it out from our way between Lake Akan and Obihiro. We weren't sure about taking a 20min detour from the main road just to come and we were glad we came.
It was indeed a lovely peaceful lake and we easily stayed...More
nice stop by on the way to lake Akan. definitely worth n marvelous when weather is good.we also took the yuni shito track which is 1.4km one way through forest track, end up was an abandon onsen with small water fall...not clean n no longer...More
We stopped off at this lake as part of our tour in Japan. We were extremely lucky to have the clouds clear away and the sun shine on this beautiful lake. Our tour was hoping to see the autumn leaves, but only a few had...More
Onnetoh is a small lake adjacent to the famous Akan-ko lake, which is not so well-known among the sight-seeing tourist. However, it is a secret and picturesque place.
According to the local people, Onnetoh seems to mean "an aged lake" or "big bag" by the...More