Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires

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Japanese Garden: a great place to visit in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires has various places where we can go to disconnect, including the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods), los Lagos de Palermo (Palermo Lakes), the Planetarium and this amazing place!

To walk through the park is to accept an invitation to relax, to distance oneself from the chaotic rhythm of the city. All is harmonious; nothing is out of place. This harmony exists because of the different elements that make up a Japanese garden. We walk about the water of its great lake, the fish that inhabit it, the bridges, rocks and typical vegetation

Apparently the horticulture on show includes black pine trees, gingko, sakura, and of course, the ubiquitous bonsai trees. This will impress all budding gardeners and karate kids alike.

In case you are wondering ‘why exactly are there Japanese gardens in Buenos Aires?‘, well, they were given as a ‘thank you’ to Argentina, by Japanese immigrants living in Buenos Aires, when they constructed this lovely five acre park in 1967.

Where is the Japanese garden in Buenos Aires

The Japanese Garden is located on Avenues Figueroa Alcorta and Casares, in Palermo

How can I go to Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires

You can get there by bus: (10, 15, 37, 59, 60, 67, 93, 95, 102, 108, 118, 128, 130, 141, 160, and 180); if you take the subway or metro (Line D, Scalabrini Ortiz Station), it will leave you eight blocks away.

How much it cost?

Entrance fees are around 250 pesos argentinos for adults. Seniors, retirees and children under 12 do not pay fees. The park is open every day from 10 AM to 6 PM

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