Every year, a special wonder causes a peak lake to change into a goliath "mythical serpent eye".
Settled close to the Mount Hachimantai highest point in north-eastern Japan is a lake magically accepted to be the gathering spot of two exiled, lovestruck winged serpents.
Each colder time of year, ice structures on the Kagami Numa lake and snow heaps over its solidified surface. Throughout the spring defrost, pressure from the water's profundities makes the snow structure just in the center of the lake, changing the roundabout lake's appearance into a goliath eye with a ring of untamed water around its liquefied "student". The yearly marvel keeps going scarcely seven days between late May and early June not long before the ice liquefies altogether.
The special sight circulated around the web in 2016 when a traveler snapped a picture of the white donut molded ring and considered it the "mythical beast eye" via online media. From that point onward, sightseers from around the globe have come to wonder about its clear water.
Strangely, mythical beasts have since quite a while ago held a spot in Japanese legend, and the site is supposed to be the place where a youngster changed into a monster in the wake of drinking from a close by lake. The affection he shared for another human-turned-winged serpent ousted to the contrary side of the mountain is accepted to be what keeps the lakes in the territory from totally freezing over during the late springtime. Today, a few guests even give contributions to the mythical serpent divine forces of the territory.