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Japanese Garden, Buenos Aires
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Geographically they're half a world away, but at Japanese Garden, Argentina and Japan come together. Built in 1967 thanks to a donation by the Japanese community of Buenos Aires, the gardens celebrate unity between the two countries, with Japanese and native plant life sharing space in well-manicured perfection. Check out the central lagoon, thriving with carp, and walk across the distinctly Eastern bridges during your stroll around the gardens. To visit Japanese Garden on your holiday in Buenos Aires, and find out what else Buenos Aires has to offer, use our Buenos Aires vacation route planner.
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Lugar maravilhoso. Transmite paz e beleza. Muito limpo e seguro. Cobra 70 pesos argentinos pra entrar( +ou- R$ 18.00) por pessoa. Vale a pena. Além da paz interior, dá pra tirar cada foto linda. As cr... read more »Wonderful place. Conveys peace and beauty. Very clean and safe. Cobra 70 Argentine pesos to enter (+ or-R$ 18.00) per person. It's worth it. In addition to inner peace, can you take each photo beautiful. The kids love to give food to the huge carp in the Lake. Have snack bars. Has a mural where you buy a paper and put their desires (sorry don't know the name right), tb can ring the Bell for world peace. Not to be missed anyway.show original
Visited with my two kids and wife, we spend the whole morning there and enjoyed it for taking nice pictures. We've also tried the Japanese restaurant inside, which I recommend
Acabei não entrando, fecha às 18 e custa 70 pesos. Achei que não valia o investimento. O rosedal é lindo e gratuito.I ended up not entering, closes at 18 and cost 70 pesos. I didn't think it was worth the investment. The rosedal is beautiful and free.show original
Indira Becerra Odoguardi
Lovely place to spend a day, an great example of Japanese gardens in Buenos Aires
A beatiful garden with a tea house and some art exhibition in the middle of the hectic city. Higly recommend.
Antonio Esteves Jr.
In autum, the oriental plants of the place begin to turn yellow, in a magical and beautiful shade. It is very nice park to relax, and clean the mind.
A spectacular view of the Japanese architecture and nature. It is a very peaceful and enlightening place - the visit costs 70 pesos, which is a very fair price.
Wonderful place to take a stroll and enjoy the scenery. Literally feels like you're transported to Japan.
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