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Japan is one of the few countries in the world where "pure water" is available everywhere. The word "clean water" is used to describe "beautiful water," but "clean" also means "beautiful. Since "pure water" is indispensable for people to live, it is not surprising that people feel relieved to have "colorless water" and feel that it is "beautiful. Japanese lakes filled with pure water can be said to be "beautiful" in their very existence.

The "Blue Pond" in Hokkaido and the "Natural Lakes" in Nagano Prefecture have standing dead trees that have withered due to the creation of the lakes, which is truly "impermanence. The scenery of water and trees also evokes a sense of "apology and loneliness. The lake is also filled with "ethereal" scenery of fog and "Japanese beauty.