Imori Pond

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This pond is called the “hand mirror of Mt. Myoko” due to the mountain being reflected onto its surface.
Pretty white arums start to appear with the melting of the snow in early April and their numbers reach 100,000 in the course of time. It will take about ten minutes to view the flowers by taking a walk on the trail that circles the pond.

Where is it??

2248-4, Sekigawa, Myoko-shi, Niigata, 949-2112, Japan
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From Tokyo, take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Nagano Station (1 h 30 min), and then take the Shinano Railway Kita-shinano Line and Echigo Tokimeki Railway Myoko Haneuma Line to Myōkō-kōgen Station (45 min). It is a 10 min taxi ride from Myōkō-kōgen Station.

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