Kasugai Japanese Garden, Kelowna

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
At Kasugai Japanese Garden, experience peace and tranquillity amid a bustling city center. Tucked behind the city hall, this secluded natural gem embodies friendship between two sister cities and features elements of a traditional Japanese garden. See how the stone lanterns, evergreens, waterfall, and curved wooden bridge create a sense of harmony in the 0.31 hectare (2.47 acre) grounds. Stroll through the gardens and stop for a picnic. Keep your eye out for koi fish in the pond, as well as birds, turtles, and the occasional small wedding. Put Kasugai Japanese Garden at the forefront of your travel plans using our Kelowna trip generator.
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  • This is a hidden oasis behind city hall; beautiful, quiet and peaceful. It is a nice tourist attraction or a nice place to take your brownbag lunch. The lily pads are picturesque. 
  • Pleasantly surprised to find this gem tucked in behind City Hall. A pamphlet described the various plants and functions or meanings of the bridges, waterfalls, plants, ponds and the fish (Koi). A grou...  read more »
  • This beautiful garden is small, but gives the appearance of a larger garden with its winding pathways, and many places to observe the central pond. Beautiful plants, a stream, waterfalls, and bridges ...  read more »
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