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Giardino Giapponese, Rome
(1.9/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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  • The staff were courteous and thorough. Guided tour with an escort responsible. The garden is small but well designed by architect with symbolic scenes and Italian and Japanese plants crossed expertly. Compared to other gardens (London, San Diego, San Francisco) it felt sloppy cleaning and pond also dirty and stagnant, strangely without colored carp.
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  • Nestled in the heart of the parioli area of Rome, this garden is part of the Institute Japan, place of study and exhibitions. surrounded by greenery, very nice, to visit because it reflects Japanese culture, must visit the website and book because is only open on certain days of the year at a price really beneficial
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  • .. .but interesting, although I prefer the Eastern or Japanese in the Botanical Garden in Rome; then the only cherry does not represent an outstanding importance, but also for the interesting surroundings, a visit is not superfluous to admire a creation of Japanese architect Ken Nakajima which achieved the same scope Japanese at Rome, in the Botanical Garden.
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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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