Japanese Garden, Buenos Aires

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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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Japanese Garden by using our Buenos Aires vacation tool .
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  • I'm biased because I have a lot of fondness and admiration the Japanese culture, but it's a pretty sight ... very cozy, one flaw is the huge line to consume in the cafeteria I gave up because I was too much. If possible see to go during the week because the weekend is full
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  • Me and my mom visited it one day that if llevavas DNI Argentino, went free. They propose that once a week, and I think a very good thing. I to the Italian see not what had, pay 95 pesos, regular price I think. The place is beautiful to relax a while, walking, everything is very clean (less the part of the bar that I found a disgusting that people finish eating and leave all shot there) many flowers, trees, very cute for photos... There is a small museum... And at the entrance to a small room where to buy zen things and place classic (pero I found they had few things) there is a Japanese restaurant (I was not) and a bar with several things... For my could add something more but the truth very nice to spend a different evening in total relax ❤️
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  • It is a small park showing the japanese talent for gardening and decoration with beautifuyll areas for walking  more »
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  • A great place to celebrate Japanese culture in Buenos Aires. The gardens are beautiful and the central lake offers a nice opportunity to experience what it is like to stroll along a Japanese palace. There is a Japanese restaurant inside, next to the cultural centre, with a nice choice of ethnic food (but prices are a little bit high). For the thinner pockets, there are food stalls all over the place as well. Make sure to buy some traditional Japanese plants or flowers before you leave...
  • Beautiful place to take pictures. Be aware entrance fee is AR$120 per person. Still totally worth it.
  • It's beautiful. A very nice plan to make on sunny days. I totally recommend visiting this place.
  • Quiet location in the northern area of BA with an excellent restaurant. Great homage to a true Japanese garden, complete with pond fish and exotic flora and fauna.
  • Beautiful place to visit. It's clean and very well taken care of. A nice 2-3h visit for taking great pics and enjoying the outdoors.

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