Iruka Pond, near Meiji Mura in Inuyama City (Inuyama-shi)

Iruka Pond is a reservoir constructed for irrigation. It is about 1,580,000 square meters in area and has a circumference of about twelve kilometers. It is the second largest artificial lake in Japan.

It is in the Hida-Kiso Quasi-national Park, and you can enjoy viewing beautiful natural flowers and woods throughout the year. On the hillside overlooking the mere, you can see the buildings of Meiji-mura (Meiji Village) theme park and Open Air Museum. Iruka Pond is also famous for bass fishing.

Location and Contact:
Iruka Pond 60 Tsutsumishita, Inuyama City (Inuyama-shi), Aichi Prefecture (Aichi-ken) 484-0023, Japan [Latitude, Longitude: 35.339564,136.9911] Tel: 0568-67-0705