Address: Avenida Casares 2966, Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires. 22 miles (36 km) northeast of the Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires. It is in the Parque 3 de Febrero Palermo neighborhood. It has two entrances: one at the intersection of Figueroa Alcorta Avenue and Casares Avenue, and the other at the intersection of Casares Avenue and Libertador Avenue. The bus lines — 67, 102, 130 — take you to the entrances.
Phone: (5411) 4804-4922 / (5411) 4804-9141
Admission: 95 pesos. Children under 12 and citizens 65 and older enter the garden for free. There are also free days every month for citizens of Argentina.
Email: informes@jardinjapones.org.ar
Website: (5411) 4804-4922 / (5411) 4804-9141

I was told that the Japanese Garden in Buenos Aires is administered by the Japanese Cultural Foundation. It does not receive subsidies from the governments of Japan, Argentina and Buenos Aires. It is financed by the income generated by the admission fee to the garden as well as activities that take place here.

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