Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens are Japanese gardens situated in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The gardens which were opened in 1967 are one of the largest of their kind outside of Japan covering around 5 acres of land. The gardens contain Japanese plants, a lake filled with carp and various Japanese sculptures. The gardens provide something different in the city of Buenos Aires, with a colourful relaxing space that represents a different culture’s nature.
You can get to the gardens by taking a train to ‘Saldias’ which is a 5-minute walk away. The 37 and 67 buses also travel to the gardens.
Opening Times and Admission
The gardens are open five days of the week, Wednesday to Sunday 10am-6pm. Admission is set at 150$ per person.