Monet's Pond (Nameless Pond)

Monet Pond (Nameless Pond) is one of the best places to travel in Seki, Gifu Prefecture, Japan.  Here're guides for attractions, access, map, spots nearby, and photos of Monet Pond (Nameless Pond) posted by Japanese travelers in the know.

Monet's Pond (Nameless Pond) 4 Reviews

The transparent water of the pond and beautiful Nishikigoi carp are wonderful. Though it rained when I visited here, I want to come again on a sunny day.

The water lilies and carp swimming elegantly in the very clear springwater, are like pond in a painting of Monet! In summer, the flowers would bloom, and the scene becomes more beautiful!


A Pond

Monet's Pond is an artificial reservoir located at the side of an approach to Nemichi Shrine in Itadori, Seki-shi, Gifu Prefecture. Various flowers bloom in each season, and the color of the pond can change by the sunlight and the quantity of water. You can enjoy seeing the very Japanese scenery of the beautiful pond with calmly swimming colored carp.