Constructed in 1967 to celebrate the visit of Prince Akihito to Argentina, the Japanese Gardens are one of the best places to visit in the Palermo neighbourhood and in all the city.
A stroll through the Japanese Garden
Like the beautiful and colourful gardens that can be found in Japan, the Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens are composed of beautiful green areas and different elements that radiate harmony and balance.
The garden has a wide variety of Japanese plants and pleasant lakes teeming with carp that you can cross via the different bridges.
The Japanese Gardens are managed by the Argentinean-Japanese Cultural Foundation and are often used as a venue for traditional Japanese festivities. The facilities include a Japanese-themed library, a restaurant and a teahouse, as well as hosting numerous courses in Japanese cuisine and bonsai cultivation.
Pleasant and charming
The Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens are one of the most peaceful and cosy corners of the city, which is why we consider them a must-visit spot during your trip to Buenos Aires.
Every day from 10 am to 6 pm.
Adults: 150 ARS (US$ 0.60)
Children under 12 years old and seniors over 65 years old: Free admission.
Public Buses: lines 10, 15, 37, 59, 60, 67, 93, 95, 102, 108, 118, 128, 130, 141, 160 and 188.
Metro: Scalabrini Ortiz, line D.
Tres de Febrero Park (445 m) Evita Museum (832 m) Botanical Garden of Buenos Aires (1.2 km) Floralis Genérica (1.6 km) National Museum of Fine Arts (1.8 km)