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Japanese Garden Chandigarh

Inaugurated in November 2014, Japanese Garden is the latest addition to the beauty of Chandigarh. This japanese style park, developed over an area of 13 acres, showcase the Japanese culture, art and various types of plants. The main attractions of this garden include a pagoda tower, meditation hut, zen garden, statues of Budha, a small pond with pretend crocodiles, a bridge over the pond and much more.

Location of Japanese Garden

It is located in Sector 31, Chandigarh. It is almost 4.5 kilometers from Sector 43 bus stand and at almost same distance from sector 17 bus stand. From the traffic lights on the road dividing sector 31 and 32, it is just a few meters towards sector 31.

Ticket and Timings

This park is free for visitors, there is no entry ticket. Here you can enjoy a picnic with your family for free. There are no specific timings for the entry to this garden. If you want to go there for a morning walk or you want to visit the park for a stroll after dinner, you will find the gates open.

  • Pagodatawa (Pagoda Tower): The original purpose of a Japanese Pagoda was to house relics and sacred writings of Buddhist revered figure. The square shape symbolizes the earth. Each level represents one of the five elements: wind, water, earth, fire and sky.
  • The underground passage that connects to the yet to be developed area on the other side of the road.
  • A beautiful statue of a fish.
  • Karesansui: A Japanese rock garden or “dry landscape” also called as Zen garden.
  • Meiso Koya (Meditation Hut) : It is a spiritual space created for sitting quietly to calm the mind and to achieve a relaxed mental state.
  • Picture of a Japanese style lantern and the budding Golden Bamboo plants.
  • A relic inside the Japanese Pagoda tower.
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