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Giardino Giapponese, Rome

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  • I visited it last year, so I could be wrong the date stated in the review. Thanks to a bit of luck, we had no trouble booking our visit. The garden is not particularly large, but I found it fascinating and cared for. Interesting explanation of the guide who escorted us into a-unfortunately short-round. I'd like to spend a little more time.
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  • Order book was a business, we must go to the site to see the days available to book by phone, a guided tour of the garden that is completely free and it takes about 15 minutes, after which the Guide leaves some time for those who want to take pictures. The place is worth, but the Council for those interested is to book cherry blossom (April), because it definitely is much cuter.
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  • The garden itself is not very big nor particularly suggestive, but I speak as a connoisseur. I've been to Japan and I visited other Japanese Gardens most famous well (such as in San Francisco). For those who have never seen one, I'd say she can't complain, moreover the visit is free, so what do you expect, the Park of Versailles? I liked the explanation of the Guide, sent me some info that I had, and found competent. I also made several photos, aided by the fact that now the Wisteria and the cherry trees, though few, are blooming. Recommend a visit of the exhibition (also free) now on display within the Institute on Japanese food.
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  • Very hard to get in, since you need to book a visit which had reduced numbers
  • Arigato gozaimasu beautiful Japanese woman.
  • A small garden representing Japanese culture influenced by Italian plants, the garden is well maintained, and protected, the visit is short but is free with reservations but worth going to visit this piece of living art
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  • The good thing is that the visit is free and there is a great guide that tells the story of the garden. Otherwise it's very complicated book and the garden is small and nothing great outside of flowering cherry trees.
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  • Pleasant and well cared for but very small.
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