Escape from the frenzied Buenos Aires in Jardin Japones, a small but charming Japanese garden with ponds, koi fish, cute little bridges, ample seating space (to enjoy a book) and peace and quiet. You can also eat on their Japanese restaurant. Check their schedule, as they usually organize several activities, such as martial arts exhibitions, origami classes, Japanese massage sessions (for free!) and so on.
One of the most beutoful places in the entire city. You get to experience the serenity an calmness of the lake and surroundings.
It's a beautiful place, and where I spent a beatiful time too ... there are some tipical japanese fishes, and there are very funny :)
Walking distance from my apt and a beautiful and peaceful Garden
cultural, beautiful view and relax, close to Rosedal de Palermo! you MUST visit it.
Jardín Japones (Japanese Garden) in Buenos Aires is both family and budget friendly, and a good place to rest whenever you feel the stress of city life in Buenos Aires. And I assure you, even if you're here for a short amount of time, Jardín Japones will be a nice break from the nightlife scene. The garden is beautifully landscaped, and has a popular authentic Japanese restaurant. Though as a rule, Japanese food in Argentina is a bit costly compared to local cuisine. If you're lucky, you might even see the cherry blossoms while they're blooming.