NIPPON Kichi - 日本吉

2007/8/27

多々良沼 Tatara-numa Tatara-numa Pond

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Tatara-numa is a pond in the border of Tatebayashi City and Ora-machi in Gunma Prefecture. Located at 20 m above sea level, it is a small pond with an area of about 80 ha and a circumference of 7 km. However, the pond is famous as the only place in the prefecture where swans can be seen flying. From November every year, swans come flying to this pond and reflect their elegant figures on the surface of the water.

Standing on the lakeside with a gentle wind blown from the nearby pine grove, visitors can forget the bustle of a big city. The pond aglow with the setting sun is especially beautiful. Lucky visitors can see Mt. Fiji in the sunglow.

The pier protruding over the water is crowded with angers for Japanese crucian carp and bass. In spring, wisteria on the 130 m wisteria trellis and 120 cherry trees bloom in Tatara-numa Park beside the pond.

Ukishima Benzaiten Temple, which was referred to in the Taiheiki, stands on the land protruding into the pond.

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Tatebayashi City / Ora-machi, Ora-gun, Gunma Prefecture.
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Tatara-numa Pond




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