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Recently a nameless pond becomes a popular tourist site known as Monet's Pond. Above this beautiful pond, there is a local shrine almost ignored by most of the tourists visiting the pond. Just climb up stone stairs and you'll find a very quiet small shrine...More
There's a pond in Seki city whose name is an unnamed pond.
It was just a reservoir but it is now called Monet's pond, having been named after its beauty like the picture "Water lilies" drawn by Monet.
I hoped for a glimpse of it...More
There is a name-less small pond under a shrine. It is recently known as 'Monet's pond'. Because it resembles a painting drawn by Claude Monet's famous 'Water Lilies'. Water Lilies are flowering from June to October every year.