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Parque do Japão, Maringa

(4.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Parque do Japão is a conservation area of 100.000 sq m (1.0764 sq ft) honoring Japanese immigrants who settled in the area. This monument to Japanese culture includes Japanese landscape gardens with turquoise lakes with carp, bonsai trees, and walking paths crossed with bridges. Artistic and cultural events, as well as sports competitions such as judo are held in the gym within the park. Try the tea offered in the tea house or a treat from the food court, and enjoy the environment that is synonym for harmony between man and nature. Plan to see Parque do Japão and other attractions that appeal to you using our Maringa holiday planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • A fantastic place to take the family, even more so in the Christmas period, where the Park is especially prepared for the date.
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  • The place is beautiful! Like a good Japanese garden! Very well maintained, well demarcated and trails several resting places. You must pay attention to the operating hours. On deck there's cold beer and fried tilapia done right!
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  • Very romantic place half-light landscape ... Fish in the Lake and an exotic food flavors Mystic. worth check out..
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  • Excellent option for a Sunday drive. With walking tours, ponds with carp you can feed with the feed purchased right there, snack bars and popular restaurants and own parking. Only downside is that parking is paid, but beyond the entry be free, there's no problem if you leave your car on the street, because the neighborhood is very safe.
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