Japanese Garden… in Buenos?

Yes, yes your eyes are not mistaken. In Buenos you can find Japanese Garden. Although Jakub is not very fond of the idea of going there, I push him to change his mind as this seems to be a good place to take a walk and escape from Buenos' craziness.. Besides I really want to see it, as this is the biggest such garden outside of Japan and real - meaning Japanese actually designed it :) It was created in the spirit of Zen, meaning meditation. Although when we are touring it we don;t get any ideas to contemplate things, I have to admit it that time spent here was nice and harmonical. Everything you imagine should be in such Japanese garden you will find here - ideally cut plants, bridges, water, lanterns, small routes, rocks and pines which symbolise strength and long life.
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Yes, yes your eyes are not mistaken. In Buenos you can find Japanese Garden. Although Jakub is not very fond of the idea of going there, I push him to change his mind as this seems to be a good place to take a walk and escape from Buenos’ craziness.. Besides I really want to see it, as this is the biggest such garden outside of Japan and real – meaning Japanese actually designed it :) It was created in the spirit of Zen, meaning meditation. Although when we are touring it we don;t get any ideas to contemplate things, I have to admit it that time spent here was nice and harmonical. Everything you imagine should be in such Japanese garden you will find here – ideally cut plants, bridges, water, lanterns, small routes, rocks and pines which symbolise strength and long life.

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