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  1. Hokkaido 2020: Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Hokkaido 2020: Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Hokkaido Trip 2020 - Day 2: around Furano On the second day, I was exploring the area around Furano (富良野). Being a fan of Tadao Ando, I visited the Chapel on the Water, a wedding chapel located on the grounds of the Hoshino Resorts Tomamu. The next destination was the famous Blue Pond (青い池...
  2. Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (青い池 Aoiike) is an artificial pond that is part of a system to prevent volcanic mudflow from Mount Tokachi along Biei River (美瑛川). The blue colour is a result of residues of aluminium, sulfur and lime.
  3. Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (青い池 Aoiike) is an artificial pond that is part of a system to prevent volcanic mudflow from Mount Tokachi along Biei River (美瑛川). The blue colour is a result of residues of aluminium, sulfur and lime.
  4. Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (青い池 Aoiike) is an artificial pond that is part of a system to prevent volcanic mudflow from Mount Tokachi along Biei River (美瑛川). The blue colour is a result of residues of aluminium, sulfur and lime.
  5. Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (青い池 Aoiike) is an artificial pond that is part of a system to prevent volcanic mudflow from Mount Tokachi along Biei River (美瑛川). The blue colour is a result of residues of aluminium, sulfur and lime.
  6. Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (Aoiike)

    Blue Pond (青い池 Aoiike) is an artificial pond that is part of a system to prevent volcanic mudflow from Mount Tokachi along Biei River (美瑛川). The blue colour is a result of residues of aluminium, sulfur and lime.
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