The lake is famous for its picturesque looks

Many people do not believe the picture of Namonaki Lake is real until they see a video and see Koi fish swimming.
Four years ago, Namonaki, a lake sized of a tennis court on the outskirts of Seki City, Gifu Prefecture was hardly known. At that time, it did not even have a name. But thanks to the photos posted online, it quickly gained popularity. Currently, the lake is one of the most attractive destinations in the land of the rising sun. It is also known as Monet.
Monet Lake
The lake is famous for its clear water. Photo: Hmori1960.
Initially, Monet was an irrigation lake, but was abandoned in the 1990s. The owner of the nearby Itadori flower park personally cleaned up the overgrown weeds around the lake. With the help of the neighborhood council, this man drained the water here, taking clean water from Koga Mount. After that, local people brought Japanese carp to give. However, it took more than 15 years for this lake to reach its full potential and beauty, becoming an attractive tourist destination.
Koi fish swim in Monet Lake. Video: AGG.

In the summer of 2015, pictures of Namonaki Lake with clear water, Koi fish swimming around, in the middle sprouted dozens of water lilies spread online, making viewers admire. Many people said that when looking at the photos of the lake, they still think it is a painting and only believe when watching videos, seeing fish swimming. By November of the same year, more than 3,000 visitors had visited the area. A year later, the number of visitors reached 3,000 people a day. Currently, the number of tourists is increasing.
Monet Lake
Many people think of Monet's picture as a picture or jellyfish cake. Photo: Sora News.
Monet Lake looks different depending on the season. From the end of May to October, you will see the blooming lilies. November to December, the lake reflects the surrounding autumn leaves.

When you come here, visitors are not allowed to eat fish because it will affect the clarity of the water. For travelers who like to take photos, it is advisable that you arrive in the morning to take advantage of the best light and this is also the time when there are fewer tourists.

Brief information:

Lake address: 396 Itadori, Seki, Gifu Prefecture. The lake is also known as Monet because many tourists find the beauty here is no different from paintings by artist Monet. Therefore, they took his name to name for the lake. Claude Monet (November 14, 1840 - December 5, 1926) was a French painter, one of the founders of the impressionist school.


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