Facts About Okayama Friendship Garden That Will Make You Want To Visit The Place Right Now

suhani posted on 18 August

Ten-Second Takeaway

Everyone wants an occasional escape from reality. And the perfect place from the busy schedule is the Okayama Friendship Garden. But, before you visit, make sure you know these 5 facts about the place!

Inspired From A 300-Year-Old Garden

This garden is inspired from one of the three greatest gardens of Japan called Okayama’s Koraku-en Garden which was built in 1,700 and so it called Pune Okayama Friendship Garden.

Natural Water Canal

The garden is spread across 10 acres and has a natural water flow from the canal. The canal also has colourful fishes that can be seen as you stroll across the small bridge in the centre of the garden.

The Changing Landscapes

One of the most unique features about this garden is its impeccable beauty. As you take a walk through the garden paths, you’ll realise that the landscape keeps changing and keep mesmerising you further!

Named After Pu La Deshpande


The garden is also known as Pu La Deshpande and is been named after a very well known Marathi writer of the same name.

Replica Of The Mughal Garden

The second phase of this garden is known as the Mughal Garden which is a replica of the Mughal Garden in Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. There were several Surya Namskar statues installed in the garden which were open to public from June, 2017.

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Pune Okayama Friendship Garden

    Location Details
    locationDattawadi

    Sinhagad Road, Dattawadi, Pune