The Most Beautiful Japanese Gardens In The World
Japan is also known for their beautiful and unique garden designs. That’s why other countries are inspired to create their own version of Japanese garden. In fact, even in different houses, lots of homeowners are inclined to have their Japanese garden. Here the top 10 most beautiful Japanese garden from the different countries:
Japanese Garden – Buenos Aires, Argentina
It is managed by the Japanese Argentine Cultural Foundation. It is considered as one of the biggest Japanese gardens which is not found in Japan. It comprises of 2 hectares of land. It has a greenhouse, a cultural center, and a restaurant. It is open to the public. You will love its bonsai trees and gift shop. It also has a bridge which symbolizes the way to heaven and this bridge will bring you to the island where you can see the Japanese medicinal herbs.
Japanese Garden – Cowra, Australia
The main objective why Cowra Japanese Garden is created is to have a relationship between the Cowra shire and the Japanese people. In the garden you will see a cultural center, Japanese design landscape, and Japanese craft.
Ritsurin Garden – Takamatsu, Japan
Since Japanese gardens originate in Japan, of course they also have the finest garden. This is one of the most beautiful and most popular gardens in Japan. In the garden, you will love the tea house, and folk art and craft exhibit. If you would see the entire garden, you have to devote one or two hours for that. You will appreciate its bridges, pathways, small hills, and a lot more.
Monte Palace Tropical Garden (Stone Lanterns) – Madeira, Portugal
Since 1991, this is open to the public. It is made by José Berardo. The garden represents how the Portuguese influence the Japanese and the Chinese during the travel of Berardo. Because of this, the garden is also known as “The Adventure of the Portuguese in Japan.” One of the best features of this garden is the koi fishes.
Japanese Tea Garden – San Francisco, United States
This is the oldest Japanese garden in the United States am dot is found in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. If you are a green tea lover, this is the ideal place to go. The people who will serve you will be wearing a kimono and trained how to serve the guests in a tea ceremony. Definitely, you will feel as if you are in Japan even though you are in United States.
Japanese Garden – Netherlands
This garden is located Clingendael country estate just near the center of Hague. It was created by Marguerite M. Baronesse van Brienen, also known as Lady Daisy at the start of the twentieth century.
Zen Garden – Portland, United States
This garden is located in Washington Park in the West Hill of Portland. It has a total of 5.5 acres. The objective of this garden is to provide peace, tranquility, harmony, and a sense of being with nature. There are three essential elements which are used to make the garden. These are the bone of the landscape.