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Rausu

The Shiretoko Peninsula is the mecca of ice diving in Japan, and unlike other frozen lakes, it is possible to dive on drift ice, which is one of the rarest in the world. The freshwater from Russia’s Amur River freezes and is swept away by the wind, bringing it to the Shiretoko Peninsula from January to March every year.

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Shiretoko

The Shiretoko Peninsula is the mecca of ice diving in Japan, and, unlike other frozen lakes, it is possible to dive on the drift ice, which is one of the rarest in the world. The freshwater from Russia’s Amur River freezes and is swept away by the wind, bringing it to the Shiretoko Peninsula from January to March every year.

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Nagato

Nagato. was a super-dreadnought battleship built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN). Completed in 1920 and was a length of 201.17 meters. In 1946, the ship was a target for nuclear weapon tests during Operation Crossroads.

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USS Saratoga Wreck

USS Saratoga (CV-3) was an aircraft carrier built for the US Navy in the 1920’s. She was surplus to postwar requirements and was assigned to Operation Crossroads in 1946. Operation Crossroads was a test conducted at Bikini Atoll to evaluate the effect of the atomic bomb on ships.

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Onagawa

The town of Onagawa, on the Sanriku coast of Miyagi Prefecture, is designated as a national park. The tsunami severely damaged the area, but it is now recovering strongly. There is a fishing area off Jinghwasan where the Oyashio and Kuroshio currents collide, and both cold and warm currents occur at the dive site. It is also interesting to enjoy diving with fixed nets, oysters, and sea squirt shelves.

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Shikotsuko Lake

The water quality has been the highest in Japan for five years in a row and the clarity is high, reaching 50 meters from January to June. You can also go ice diving during January to March. You can do a river drift dive into the river that drains from the lake.

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Vertical Awareness

Diving Vertical Awareness off of Lehua, Kauai is a remote location for advanced divers looking for a real adventure. This rock wall drops off to over 130 feet deep with possible strong currents but the amazing topography and chance to swim with the endangered Monk seal make it all worth it!

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Lehau

Diving Lehua Crater offers underwater erosional sea caves and arches that will blow your mind. It is the only dive destination in the world where you have an excellent chance to swim with the most endangered marine mammals in U.S. waters, the Hawaiian monk seal.

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Mana Crack

Mana Crack is an 11-mile long sunken barrier reef that has many different drop points. It’s the furthest offshore dive site in the state of Hawaii and since there are no moorings to tie up to and currents can be strong this dive is always done as a live boat dive. This dive is for advanced divers only.

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Hakodate

The town of Usushiri in Hakodate City, Hokkaido, is an ocean with an excellent ecological balance and biodiversity. The water temperature drops to 2 degrees Celsius at its lowest point, but rises to 21 degrees Celsius in the summer, making it a great place to dive all year round.

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