“Nameless pond” in Gifu
“Nameless pond”(名もなき池) is a small pond by the approach to Nemichi shrine where is located in the mountainous region of Gifu Prefecture. The pond has no name as called a nameless pond, but this nameless pond is so beautiful that it has attracted more and more attention.
You will see the spring water is clear and transparent and Nishikigoi (golden carps) are swimming around between watergrasses. Its beauty is really fantastic and often compared to a picutre.
This marvelous scenery reminds of “Water Lilies” which was oil paintings depicted by French Impressionist Claude Monet, so that some people caill it “the pond of Monet”.
Since the transparency of the pond is remarkably high, the Nishikigoi (golden corps) swimming around between waterweeds seems as if they fly in the sky.
Autunm leaves, bright blue water, and colorful floating grasses. It’s seemingly color-rich gorgeous paintings.
You will enjoy various amaging scenery of Nameless pond for each season. It’s a beautiful place to visit once in a lifetime.
|448 Itadori, Seki City, Gifu, Japan
|4 minute walk from “Shiratanikannon-mae”(白谷観音前) bus stop from “Meitetsu Gifu” Station(名鉄岐阜駅)