SpotOkhotsk Sea

The Okhotsk Sea is a thin strip of ocean stretching about 2,000 km north and south. In winter, 80 percent of the water freezes over and the sea is full of drift ice. The Eastern Hokkaido area, which abuts the southernmost part of the Okhotsk Sea, is the lowest latitude place in the world where you can see drift ice.

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