Palermo Japanese Garden - Jardín Japonés, Buenos Aires

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Av. Figueroa Alcorta y Av. Casares 5411 4804-9141/4922

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    Japanese Garden

    by Sonador3 Written May 24, 2004

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    Japanese Garden

    If you like a bunch a colorfully colored carp (Koi?), nicely manicured lawns, and cool looking bushes, then this is the attraction for you. Designed and engineered by the team of Inomata and Isakari designed the Japanese Gardens located in the Parque de 3 February. The local Japanese donated the land to the construction of this peaceful garden, with a few lakes bridges and a cool waterfall island.

    Open daily from 10am to 6pm, Admission $1 and guided tours are available

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    Japanese Garden

    by pili Updated May 16, 2003

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    Japanese Garden

    This marvelous garden was designed according to the classic landscape Japanese spirit. It was a gift of the Japanese Association in Argentina to Buenos Aires city, in 1979. The beauty of this place combines neat gardens with pools and the typical Japanese architecture.
    There you can find diverse vegetal species, ponds with colorful fishes and wooden curvilinear bridges that join different islets. There is a Tea House too.-
    Admision: $ 3
    Open every day from 10am to 6 pm.-

    Este maravilloso jardín fue diseñado de acuerdo al paisaje clásico japones. Fue un regalo de la Asociación de Japoneses en Argentina al gobierno de la ciudad de Buenos Aires, en 1979. La belleza del lugar está dada tanto por sus prolijos jardines, como por su típica arquitectura japonesa. En el jardín pueden encontrarse, diversas especies vegetales, estanques llenos de peces de colores y puentecitos curvos de madera, que unen diferentes islotes. Hay tambien una casa de té que merece una visita.-
    Precio de la entrada: $3
    Abierto todos los días de 10am a 6pm.

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    Jardin Japonés

    by alexpt Written Jan 26, 2005

    Jardin Japones (Japanese Garden) located in Palermo is a pleasant place. The lakes are full of carpas (japanese fish) , and bushes have japanese style.

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