In Seki City, which is next to Mino City, a pond which has no name but called “Monet’s pond” has been spotlighted.
The place is popular becaue you can take a beautiful and mysterious picture which looks like “Water-Lilies” by Claude Monet.
It has been a popular spot so that people come to see it from far away.
How far is it from baison in Mino city to there? It takes 30 minutes by car so it’s close!
The view of the pond varies from a season, the weather and time. You can take a picture beautifully there anytime.
It’s spring water, which means microorganism can’t grow in the water, so it’s very transparent.
There is a carp with a heart-shaped pattern in schools of carps at the pond and it is said that your love can be accomplished when you find out it. It sounds fun to look for the heart carp.
On the Web site of Flower Park Itadori, which is located near Monet’s pond, you can see many updated pictures of that pond almost every day.
You can check useful information for sightseeing such as the weather on a day, the appearance of the pond, access and parking lot information on the website. The gift lineup is good so you can also enjoy shopping there.
It has been a popular spot and it might be crowded depending on the day and time.
Guests staying at baison can go to take a photo there in the early morning, when it’s not that crowded, and back to have a breakfast slowly after that.
I’d like you to enjoy seeing the landscape on the way to go to the Monet’s pond from Mino City with the streets of traditional houses.
National Route 156→Prefectural Route 81→National Route 256→Monet’s pond
Route 81 of prefectural highway faces Nagara River and Itadori River and both rivers are really beautiful. The transparent water makes us feel a boat floats on the air.
You’ll be surprised by water clarity. What a beautiful emerald green river!
Please come to see the outstanding Itadori River and Monet’s pond which attract many people.
Machiya hotel baison
1949-1 nagasigecho, Mino City, Gifu pref, Japan
Udatsu-lined Old Streets in Mino city.
(An Area Preserving Traditional Architecture)
Seki city, gifu pref.
Monet’s Pond , Itadori River