Nameless Pond
Nameless Pond
Nameless Pond
Nameless Pond
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The Nameless Pond is often considered, most especially on the internet, as the embodiment of Monet’s famous series of masterpieces, the “Water Lilies.” Located within the vicinity of the Nemichi Shrine, the water in the pond is so transparent that you can clearly make out the swimming carp beneath, as well as the underwater grass. Depending on the lighting during the day, visitors can enjoy the fantastic view of the pond, with its transparent emerald green hues.

  • Address

    396 Itadori, Seki, Gifu

    Local map

  • Entry fee


  • Opening Hours


  • Closed


  • Website

  • Best Season

    May, Jun., Jul.

  • Point

    Especially beautiful in the early summer, when the water lilies bloom

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    From Horado-Kurihara Parking Garage (via Gifu Bus Gifu Itadori Line), ride the Itadori Fureai Bus. Get off at “Ajisai Enmae” and walk 150 meters

    Around 34 minutes by car from Mino Interchange via Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway

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