It's an interesting place to visit in a sunny day. Everything inside is inspired in the Japanese culture. The carp fish in the small lagoons are beautiful. You have to pay a fee for the entry. Try the melona ice cream.
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We actually ended up there because our flight was delayed and we had few hours to kill. All of us actually visited Japan, so it was hard to be amused by this place. I mean even if you've seen Central Park, you not gonna be...More
Otro sitio a visitar en BA. Es pequeño y se recorre rapidamente. Se puede hacer una breve pausa para descansar mientras se recorre la ciudad /// Another site to visit in BA. It is small and is used quickly. You can take a short break...More
The Japanese Garden was by far the most pleasant surprise of my latest trip to Buenos Aires. I had been to the city before but never to the garden and was absolutely delighted! The place is small but so beautiful! The care they have with...More
Visiting end of august meant the garden was not at its best as it's the end of winter. But such a pretty place which should be tranquil except for the noise of the traffic and nearby airport. I imagine the blossom trees will be lovely...More
Please do not miss this beautiful place. Entrance fee is $5 per person, You can see the whole place in 1 hour. And then you can choose a corner and sit and enjoy the view. We stayed another hour zipping beers and enjoying the tranquility...More
If you're lucky enough to have traveled to Japan before and seen some of the wonderful gardens and temples, particularly in Kyoto, then this will be average. If not then a pleasing novelty for an hour. Either way it is charming as it either gives...More
We ate sushi and tempura in the restaurant before exploring the gardens. It was expensive, but delicious! Don't miss the Japanese cultural exhibit upstairs.
it a big garden in the middle of Buenos Aires. Is a nice walk in nature inside a big city, if you like nature please go but if not then dont
This is a must in Buenos Aires.It has all kind of plants so it is green even in winter.Peaceful during an early morning visit, ( try to avoid crowds that visit the garden in the afternoons). It also have a japanese culture main house with...More