Japanese Garden, Buenos Aires

(4.3/5 based on 7,500+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Extremely well maintained garden and that reflects well the Japanese culture. Whoever has the opportunity, lunch or dinner in the restaurant. Beautiful and tasty dishes. It's just not very cheap!
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  • I loved it! Ideal to go to unwind... take were photos, talk. There are food stalls and sell soft drinks, sweets and ice cream. They spend several groups and although the entrance is rather expensive, there are days when you can go free (see online, they always publish) eye! Having ID Argentine. There are also 2 x 1 with the club card the nation.
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  • A place I would recommend to go with children and without children also. They charge an entry but it is worthwhile to pay for it.
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  • Great place to relax, take pictures and have a good talk to friends. Also, you can meet a little about Japanese landscaping and discover some surprises while walking the paths.
  • A little piece of Japan in Buenos Aires. Amazing.
  • Unless it's mostly empty, I wouldn't bother. It's a beautiful place but with the normal level of tourists, it just feels fake and touristy. There are much emptier parks nearby. Try them!
  • Lovely place to spend a day, an great example of Japanese gardens in Buenos Aires
  • Beautiful Japanese style garden with beautiful scenery, coffee shops and places to sit and relax and or play with your children!