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update:January 20, 2016

Nodake Lake 

 

Nodake Lake is a man-made lake that Mr. Gidayu Fukazawa, who made a fortune in whaling, commissioned in 1661. Its circumference is three kilometers. The original purpose for its creation was so Omura could have a stable source of water if a drought came. The lake can hold 1.2 million tons of water. It is now part of the Tara Mountain Nagasaki Prefecture Park, where people enjoy camping, cycling, pedal boating, and outdoor sports. There is a children’s play area, as well as a small stream that people of all ages can cool off in during the summer. The bridge connecting the divided park makes for a nice view.

There is also an indoor activity center that can be rented and the bungalow area has space for barbequing.

Office: 0957-55-8254

Camping Fees:

Type

Price

Bungalow
(10 to 12 people)

\4,500 per bungalow from 3:00pm to 10:00am

\2,000 per bungalow from 10:00am to 3:00pm

Permanent Tent
(8 people)

\3,000 per 24 hours

Rental Tent
(6 people)

\1,200 per 24 hours

Tent Site
(no tent provided)

\ 400 per 24 hours for 5 people or less

\ 600 per 24 hours for 6 to 9 people

\1,000 per 24 hours for 10 or more people

Rental Blanket

\ 120 per 24 hours per blanket

Shower with Hot Water

\ 100



*Information for pedal boat:

Pedal Boat

\ 800 per 30 minutes

Open: 10:00am to 17:00 (Subject to change with seasons or weather.)
Closed: every Wednesday
Lake post 0957-58-7201; Haruna 0957-28-8661, 0957-28-8662 for more information or inquiries.