Jardín Japonés – Japanese Gardens in Buenos Aires [photo essay]

Let’s play a game together. Let’s write creative captions for these photos taken at the Japanese Gardens in Buenos Aires on the last day of winter (September 20th.) September 21st marks the official start of spring).

If you’re game, please write your captions in the comment box below. Write as many captions as you like.

Let’s have fun and celebrate spring in the Southern Hemisphere!

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10 Comments

  1. Sara

    I <3 this garden. I've been to BA three times and I go every time.

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    1. Ana (Ana Travels)

      Would you believe you’ve been to this place more times than I have? And I was born and raised in BA!

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  2. 76sanfermo

    Beautiful,beautiful,photos! What’s incredible,is that I lived in Bs. As.,but have never visited them……. I’d like to follow your blog,to recall “mi vida portena”, to exchange recipes and ideas…..Hasta prontito!

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    1. Ana (Ana Travels)

      Hola and welcome!
      Although I grew up in Bs As, I think this is the second time I’ve been to the gardens 🙂 One tends to take one’s city for granted and, in doing so, misses out on so many wonderful things.

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      1. 76sanfermo

        Correct! In which part of the city are the Gardens located? Thank you in advance,for your reply!

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        1. Ana (Ana Travels)

          In Palermo, Avenida Casares 2966.

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          1. 76sanfermo

            Unluckily,I didn’t even know they existed,before see ing your fantastic photos! Thank you, Ana, (it’s my name,too),have a good time!

  3. Sophie's World (@SophieR)

    Ooh, didn’t know there’s a Japanese garden in Busnos Aires. Looks beautiful and interesting.

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  4. Katie

    I love the Jardín Japonés! I went there a few years ago when my family came to visit, and I thought it was just lovely. It’s also very photogenic with all those bridges and statuary.

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