The Japanese Garden is in the center of Manila, not far from Lisa Park, so you can take a stroll along the way. Very small and clean, the gardens inside are very Japanese-style, but the ticket is not worth it
Compared to the Japanese style, the inside is very clean, and the environment is quite good, but it feels relatively empty, there is nothing iconic, the people are nice, it feels a bit desolate, and it also needs tickets, which feels a bit uninteresting.
thisis a nice place
It has the characteristics of a Japanese garden, and the design is in place one step at a time
Japanese gardens are traditional gardens that create miniature idealization in a highly abstract and stylized way, the emperor and aristocrats entertain and aesthetic garden design, contemplation and meditation Buddhist garden temples.
The Japanese Garden is located between Koh Tao and Nangyuan Island. It is a dive site suitable for beginner divers
The Japanese Garden is next to Lisa Park, next to the Chinese Garden. It feels that the scenery is similar and the area is small. It still feels like a Japanese garden inside, but it doesn’t feel particularly clean and well maintained. You can walk by.