Say “Kon’nichiwa” to these Japanese Garden in Jubilee Hills. Hiding in plain sight, this is the only park in the city (apart from Ramoji Film City) with a Japanese touch and aesthetics.
Experience A Li'l Bit Of Japan At This Delightful Garden In Jubilee Hills
What Makes It Awesome
Right across KBR park, is a small theme park based on Japanese ideologies of design. This 3,500 square yard park consists of elements like water, stones, lanterns, bridges, plants, among others. Each of these elements represents a philosophical expression of nature. For instance, water symbolises contentment and wonder. Stones hold a lot of value in Eastern philosophies and they are a symbol of durability; the lanterns represent knowledge, and the plants are associated with moving thoughts. At this park, we found a serene water pond that houses water plants like lotus and multicoloured lilies surrounded by stones. Apparently, there are over 2,000 plants and trees here — some tiny and some very tall. There is also an arch bridge carved out of a single stone, bonsai plants, benches, and beautiful pathways too. The lanterns used in the park run on solar energy.
It is a great choice if you want to relax in the lawns, or for readers seeking some peaceful time. You can also get a tad bit unconventional and meet up with your friends for an evening of conversations in this refreshing environment. This unique theme park will give you zen vibes and indeed make your evenings better
Although it has beautiful sights to offer, cameras are not allowed inside. The entry is free.