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Japanese Tea Garden, Kaiserslautern

One of the most beautiful outcomes of the contact between Kaiserslautern and the Japanese sister city Bunkyo-ku is the Japanese Garden, which has been continuously expanded upon and perfected since its opening. It is among the most beautiful and largest parks of this kind in Europe. Among the typical elements of a Japanese garden are the ponds, waterfalls, stone arrangements, gravel, tea houses, moss gardens and stone lanterns.

Hours: Open daily April 1 - October 31 10am - 6pm.

Admission: Adults 3.50 €, Concessions 2.50 €, Youth ages 12-17 1 €, Children under 12 free. Guided tours, tea ceremonies, sound-meditation with Tibetan sound bowls and more are available for an extra fee.

[ Source: http://www.kaiserslautern.de/tourismus/sehenswertes/sehenswuerdigkeiten/00571/index.html?lang=en ]

Related: http://www.japanischergarten.de/index_en.html#
Address: Lauterstr. 18, 67657 Kaiserslautern
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