Nameless Pond or Monet's Pond in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture

Updated: Aug 1, 2019



名もなき池 namonaki ike (lit. nameless pond) - better known as Monet's Pond - has become a spellbinding homage to Claude Monet, the master of impressionist imagery, bearing an uncanny resemblance to scenes from his 'Water Lilies' series. The most interesting aspect of this phenomenon is that the effect was apparently unintentional. Only coverage on social media brought its charms to the world. Access to the pond is easiest by car, but buses run here four or five times a day from Gifu Station.


Pic. © 岐阜県観光連盟


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