Water / Soil / Ground Environment

State of Japan's Environment at a Glance: Japanese Lake Environment - Japanese Lakes and Reservoirs 1

Japanese Lakes and Reservoirs

17 Towada L. (Aomori/Akita) 35 Tazawa L. (Akita)
18 Ogawara L. (Aomori) 36 Misakubo R. (Yamagata)
19 Tsunatori R. (Iwate) 37 Sagae R. (Yamagata)
20 Gando R. (Iwate) 38 Inawashiro L. (Fukushima)
21 Tase R. (Iwate) 39 Hibara L. (Fukushima)
22 Toyosawa R. (Iwate) 40 Onogawa L. (Fukushima)
23 Yuda R. (Iwate) 41 Akimoto L. (Fukushima)
24 Ishibuchi R. (Iwate) 42 Sohara L. (Fukushima)
25 Kurikoma R. (Miyagi) 43 Oguni-numa L. (Fukushima)
26 Hanayama R. (Miyagi) 44 Goshiki-numa Ls. (Fukushima)
27 Narugo R. (Miyagi) 46 Hatori R. (Fukushima)
28 Urushizawa R. (Miyagi) 48 Numazawa-numa L. (Fukushima)
29 Kamafusa R. (Miyagi) 52 Yuno L. (Tochigi)
30 Tarumizu R. (Miyagi) 53 Chuzenji L. (Tochigi)
31 Izu-numa L. (Miyagi) 54 Akagi-onuma L. (Gunma)
32 Naga-numa L. (Miyagi) 55 Haruna L. (Gunma)
33 Okura R. (Miyagi) 67 Toyano-gata L. (Niigata)
34 Hachiro R. (Akita)

L.:Lake, Ls.:Lakes, R.:Reservoir

Lakes applicable to the Environmental Standards for Water Quality
Designated lakes under the Clean Lakes Law
Lakes applicable to the Environmental Standards for Water Quality
& Wetlands registered with the Ramsar Convention
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