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Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

Avenida Casares 2966, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
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  • Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens
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    Relaxing and a great place to take some fun pictures, the Japanese Garden also offers free activities every day (from massages to Origami lessons), so everybody wins.
    There's also an interesting restaurant and a cute souvenir shop.

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  • Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    The Japanese gardens are a pretty part of the huge Palermo park. Visit them during the week as they are overrun by Portenos on week-ends. 10mns at most by taxi from the apartment.

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    Nice peaceful gardens, plus a pretty good sushi restaurant within. Unfortunately you have to pay to get into the gardens to use the restaurant.

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  • Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    A nice walk, specially in spring where you will find many beautiful flowers, beside some huge orange fishes in the ponds. Nice is to continue walking till beautiful Rosedal, some blocks ahead.

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    Tranquil Jardin Japonese in the middle of Buenos Aires with streams, waterfalls, a tea house,bridges and a chance to buy Japanese gifts. There is even a nice restaurant next door if you had one too many empanadas and are craving some Japanese food.

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  • Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    Somewhat out of place, these Japanese Gardens are nonetheless quite tranquil and serene. The best part (by far) takes place in the small waterway itself, as it is filled with fish (Koi, perhaps?) There are tons of them, and it's oddly hard to pull away from watching them swim about.

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  • Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    Really beautiful and well taken care of gardens, a very nice place to go for a walk on a saturday or sunday afternoon. They have shows and different cultural activities especially on weekends.
    I love coming here in spring and sit in a bench in the sun, or look at the beautiful koi fish in the lake.

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    Another good option if you are in Buenos Aires and you like outdoors and green spaces.

    At the Japanese Gardens you will find a cultural center, a restaurant, a greenhouse known for its collection of Bonsai trees, a lake with huge carps and a really nice green area to sit back, relax and read or talk for a while.

    Oh, you will pay only $2 to enter the park.

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    Beautiful, peaceful

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    Great place. Full of life. Excelent food =)

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    For a nice walk and good food!

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  • Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    Great spot to stroll if you are in BA with some extra time. Bring your camera!

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Leave behind the frantic bustle of Buenos Aires by visiting the most peaceful place in the city: the Japanese Gardens. Explore the winding pathways, peaceful reflecting pools and serene statues of one of the biggest Japanese gardens in the world. Created in 1967 by the Japanese immigrant community as a token of gratitude to their new homeland, Brazil, the Japanese gardens are an oasis of serenity.  Enjoy exhibitions art and culture at the Japanese Tea House, purchase Japanese artifacts from on-site artisans, lunch at a nearby oriental restaurant or simply sit and relax on the Gods Isle, the largest island in the park.  

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