In which country can you find this frozen “dragon eye” lake?

In which country can you find this frozen “dragon eye” lake?

Nepal

South Korea

Japan

Mongolia

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

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