In which country can you find this frozen “dragon eye” lake?
Kagami Numa is around, alpine lake in northeastern Japan that freezes and thaws in an interesting pattern — creating a big, blue “eye” made from rings of snow and ice. The phenomenon only lasts for about a week from late May to early June before the lake fully thaws.
Kagami Numa was nicknamed the “Dragon Eye Lake” after a Japanese myth about lovesick dragons. The nearby summit of Mount Hachimantai is said to be where a young man was turned into a dragon, and his love — another human-turned-dragon — was banished to the other side.
Answer: The correct answer is Japan