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Toyota-City Lake Mikawa

  • Lake Mikawa
  • Lake Mikawa
  • Lake Mikawa
  • Lake Mikawa
  • Lake Mikawa

Used to irrigate the Mikawa region, Lake Mikawa is the largest man-made irrigation lake in Aichi Prefecture and is surrounded by abundant nature. There is a 16-kilometer drive course around the lake’s perimeter, and many people come to see the lake’s seasonal beauty in each season.
The area is also equipped with rest stations, walking paths, bungalows, and camping grounds. Visitors can enjoy renting a boat for a leisurely ride or lure fishing.

SPOT OVERVIEW

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Location : 〒444-3206
Habu-cho, Toyota-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Boat: 1000 yen/1 hour
Parking : Available
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0565-90-2530 (Karen-no-Sato Shimoyama Tourism Association)
0565-90-3510 (Lake Mikawa Tourism Center)

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ACCESS

  • Access by car
    Access by car
    From Toyota Matsudaira I.C. of the Tokai-Kanjo Expressway, drive east approx. 12km on National Route 301. Turn left at the Nesaki intersection and proceed east approx. 10km on Prefectural Route 363.

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