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. 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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  • Looks very artificial. All lawns are fenced by ugly green ropes. It looks strange and not very Japanese.  more »
  • It is a very well taken care garden in Palermo. Not very big, it comprises a pond, a garden, a few statues, a gift shop and a restaurant. Good quiet place for relaxing walk and some nice photos. The e...  more »
  • I enjoyed walking through the botanical gardens, seeing the architecture and feeding the koi. Beautiful and tranquil.  more »
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  • Tourist trap. The surrounding parks (all free) are far superior. 95 pesos for admission is absurd. This place feels not the least bit Japanese. For a much better dose of tranquility in BA, head to the Carlos Thays botanical garden (which is free).
  • Beautifully manicured and taken care of. Great for a stroll on a sunny day and photographs. 95 ARS entrance fee
  • Nice chilled garden. Very well kept. 95 peso entrance fee
  • Beautiful Formal Japanese Garden set in the middle of Buenos Aires. Tranquil serene music fills the garden. Perfect place to spend a peaceful afternoon. There is also a nice Japanese Restaurant with a full menu.
  • Beautiful place for a sunny afternoon walk. Was not aware that you have to pay to get in. Still, worth visiting