Japanischer Garten (Japanese Garden), Kaiserslautern

(3.7/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Spanning 1.4 hectares (3.3 acres), Japanischer Garten (Japanese Garden) is the largest Japanese garden in Europe. Stroll through the Zen garden, admire authentic Japanese plants, and soak up the tranquil atmosphere. Bring your camera along to snap the view of the city. Make sure to visit the 100-year-old Japanese teahouse by the upper pond. Sip a green tea and look for koi swimming in the water. You can buy food for the koi along with your entrance ticket. Use our Kaiserslautern trip builder to arrange your visit to Japanischer Garten (Japanese Garden) and other attractions in Kaiserslautern.
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  • When we have guests, one of the destinations where we always go, is the Japanese garden in KL. The facility is beautifully designed, with a trail, which leads through different sections, which are differently designed. There are among others a Torii right at the beginning, a Zen Garden, a teahouse, a Koikarpfenteich, places to the linger and relax. You almost don't realize that one is in a major city. The admission is pretty cheap. Alone or in pairs, it is nice to go. And it is worth to take photos.
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  • The Garden Show offers plenty of variety and a pleasantly relaxing feeling in the walk. We have enjoyed the stay here.
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  • Worth a visit in any case! Especially in the summer very nice. But the Moonlight Festival has been the biggest flop. For his entry, we have seen a sword dance... you couldn't fully see the garden itself. 70% were abgeschwert. Anything more was prohibitively expensive. The promised lights were almost 2 torches and 3 teaspoon... I imagined very much had everything and was very disappointed.
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