Shin-Yoshiwara Hanazono Pond (Benten Pond)
About this sight
Shinyoshiwara Hanazono Pond, or Benten Pond, has a tragic history dating back to the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, when close to 500 people drowned trying to seek refuge here.
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