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Japanese Garden Buenos Aires

Japanese Garden Buenos Aires

Japanese Garden Buenos Aires, an immense green space in the middle of the city that transports you to the culture of Japan.

It is a special corner that you will fall in love with as soon as you enter here.

Japanese Garden Buenos AiresIt was built as a testimony of the visit of Akihito, Japanese emperor, in 1967. It is located in the heart of the Palermo neighborhood, in one of the busiest areas: the Palermo Forest.

It is an harmonious, magical space with subtle details, isolated from the bustle of the city. Entering here is like immersing yourself in a fantastic world of stories. There is no doubt that you are going to fall in love with this place and all its attractions. For this reason, we recommend that you come early and with enough time, to be able to explore its entire interior without setbacks or hassles.

Japanese Garden Buenos AiresIt has native trees such as Palo Borracho and Tipa, as well as an immense variety of typical Japanese plants such as Azaleas and Sakura. Everything is located perfectly, to achieve harmony and a space of beautiful peace. The garden structure is ornamented with elements of the Japanese tradition.

The entire space has huge and charming trees, paths, stones and in its lagoon you can find the traditional Koi fish, as well as carp of different colors.

The elements that make up this space were arranged to find the right balance and harmony. The bridges that you will find inside are symbolic: the Bridge of God, has a curved shape and represents the path to paradise; the Bridge of Decisions or Zigzag Bridge, its name already explains its shape; and the Truncated Bridge, is the one that leads to the island of miraculous remedies.

Japanese Garden Buenos AiresIn turn, it has a Center for Japanese Cultural Activities, for those who wish to delve further into this culture. In addition, it has a permanent exhibition of typical Japanese elements such as paintings, origami, kimonos and much more.

Inside the Japanese Garden, there is a typical food restaurant so that you can delight your palate with the delicacies they offer and a Tea House (Chashitsu) that is specially built to experience the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Also, it has a huge nursery so you can take a plant home with you. As a plus, here you can buy food to feed the Koi fish, since it is forbidden to throw unsuitable food at them.

For those of us who like to take a souvenir from the places we visit, the Garden offers endless items from Japan in its Shop. Without a doubt, you will want to take the entire place with you!

Open every day from 10 a.m. to 6:45 p.m.We leave you here their website so you can purchase tickets and obtain more information.

In this link, you will be able to access more options to enjoy Buenos Aires outdoors, with different activities and much more to explore.

We invite you to join our Free Tours here to continue learning more about this beautiful city!


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