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All reviews koi fish cherry blossoms city centre entrance fee nice pictures facebook page ideal place chrysanthemum festival fish food nice relaxed atmosphere special events enjoy nature shoot pictures certainly worth a visit lots of photo opportunities walking around sunny day
The history of the garden dates back to 1985, when the city of Hasselt and the Japanese city of Itami signed a friendship charter, allowing them to become sister cities. As a sign of their friendship the city of Itami treated Hasselt to a Japanese...More
Lovely programme for a nice afternoon, for one or one and a half hour. The garden is beautiful. The booklet available at the entrance is useful to understand the concept. A pity there was no opportunity to drink a tea.
The Japanese garden is a real marvel. Perfectly maintained, with a handy and informatic brochure to guide you through, the signs are well placed and you can feed the many koi's that populate the ponds. Sadly, you can not get drinks on a sunday.
This is a surprisingly lovely garden, and it's not expensive. At first, right after entering, you're disappointed, but as you go through it, it starts to reveal itself. Don't hurry through it but take some time to enjoy it.
This was my 3rd time to this garden. I always have a lot more expectations here. It’s beautiful but it’s kind of boring as there’s much change in the garden. Maybe i went there after blossom and that’s why i was a little bit bored....More
A spontaneous stop to have lunch ended up into a surprisingly nice afternoon garden stroll. This well maintained park, with a variety of Japanese garden elements is really great for a relaxing walk, getting in touch with the Japanese spiritual culture or just for taking...More
This Japanese garden is the work of Japanese architect Takayuki Inoue and is the largest of its kind in Europe. If you are not that familiar with Japanese culture, this is a great place to start.
The garden is especially beautiful in spring when the...More
I'm afraid my review is somewhat influenced by the fact that the garden was crowded when we visited; there was a Japanese festival going on (Tanabata), so we came across workshops, special food stands, and many, many people. I'd like to go back on a...More