In the reservoir for agricultural water (made in 1918), after the embankment was broken by the typhoon, it was repaired and rebuilt as a water park.
When walking around the surrounding routes, the ponds aspect fluctuate, the autumn foliage is exquisitely beautiful.
It features a peaceful mountainside view and drawbridge, a place suitable for things such as taking a break on the waterside and picnics.
During the redevelopment in 1996, this place was named "Yaegiri Pond" as a reminder of the legend of Kintaro.
Cars: National Highway No. 246 Nakajima IC 3 minutes after the train, 5 minutes from the Oyama Town office
Nearest Airport/StationSuruga-Oyama St. (about 2.5km) Google Transit