Beautiful landscapes that make you feel in Asia.
This Garden located in the Parquemet, It is one of the most popular, attracting hundreds of people every week for its beauty and panoramic views that contrast with the city.
It was built in 1978 by the architect Tadashi Asahi and financed by the Chilean-Japanese Chamber of Commerce. Then in 1997 it was reopened with the presence of the Japanese imperial prince Hitache, in commemoration of 100 years of good relations between Chile and Japan.
This 4,500 m garden2 It alludes to ancient Japan. around the year 1300, where the aim was to symbolically reinterpret the different aspects of nature.
What to see in Japanese Garden?
It is a space with many details, where you can walk around and take photos of this piece of Japan in Santiago. Here you will find a wooden bridge, a water mill and nearly 100 varieties of plants and trees, among which are some classic Japanese vegetation such as lotus, azaleia and cherry blossoms.
If you go in spring you will see all the cherry blossom trees with their characteristic pink hue, a spectacular setting that contrasts with the city.
How to get to the Japanese Garden?
The easiest way to get there is from the oasis station of Santiago cable carIf you get off at this station or enter through Pedro de Valdivia, you can walk for about 15 minutes towards the summit and you will find the Japanese Garden.
If you enter through Pío Nono, you can take a panoramic bus that will leave you in Tupahue Station, and from there walk about 15 minutes downhill (approximately 1 kilometer).
The entrance to the Japanese Garden is free and is open from Tuesday to Sunday.