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Adelaide Himeji Garden

283 South Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Introduction of Adelaide Himeji Garden

Adelaide Himeji Garden, one of the only Japanese gardens in Adelaide, is located in the green environs south of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.

On April 19, 1982, Adelaide became a sister city with (Himeji), Jilu City, Honshu Island, Japan. Jilu Garden was a gift to Adelaide citizens.

Adelaide Himeji Garden is elegantly designed and delightful. The garden has high walls and sparse fences. The purpose is to separate the noise outside the garden from the walls, leaving only the quiet oasis in the garden. The design of the garden is to let tourists feel the beauty of nature, experience the return to the original ecological atmosphere, combine the landscape together, let people experience "there is water in the mountains, there are mountains in the water" of the world wonderland. Fresh and elegant garden pavilion, let people relax, relieve the fatigue pressure brought by high-rhythm work in the city, sitting in the pavilion, the whole body will feel a fresh and cool comfort. The green grass duckweed is covered with white pebbles, forming a secluded path, walking along the path, with a sense of tranquility isolated from the rest of the world.


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Australia - South Australia
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