Lake Okutama (奥多摩湖, Okutama-ko) is in Tokyo and Yamanashi Prefectures in Japan. Lying above the Ogōchi Dam, it is also known as the Ogōchi Reservoir. The lake occupies part of the town of Okutama in Nishitama District, Tokyo and the village of Tabayama in Kitatsuru District, Yamanashi. Lake Okutama is an important source of drinking water for Tokyo.
With approaching Okutama, the rate of the youngster who shoulders the family, the elderly couple, the camp set who carried a knapsack and so on increases and the mountains gets to appear gradually about the car window, too.
It becomes Okutama-ko Lake (Kogawachi dam) when the left road passes by the tunnel at the ruggedly at wall which blew mortar into the rock of ç´ å € only and it emerges from under the dam at the dam as the look.
The surface of the lake on the lake is beautiful but there is a colony which the moving submerged under this lake.
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