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The Japanese Cultural Institute opens its garden
12 March 2015

The Japanese Cultural Institute opens its garden

by Annalisa G+

For all lovers of Japanese culture this really is an event not to be missed: the Institute of Japanese Culture in Rome, makes available to the public his treasure, from March 12. Always this initiative, it repeats for some years and has excellent feedback, this year before its opening is fully booked.

The Institute opens its gates to the public to admire the work of architect Ken Nakajima, the first example in Italy of Japanese garden in an area of almost 1,500 square meters wants to revive the atmosphere of the East.

The Sen'en style is literally identifies gardens with ponds, which over time have been enriched by natural elements such as rocks, small bridges and waterfalls to remember, in a harmonious way, the Japanese traditions.

The Japanese Cultural Institute in Gramsci Street provides, until May 30, its green spaces, with free guided tours by reservation only and any particular day, to know the protagonists of his garden. Iris, dwarf pine, wisteria and traditional cherry cheer a walk between perfumes and details unknown to Westerners, waterfalls that give the play of light and unique scents.

Within the Institute can also attend the exhibition of kites and spinning tops that, until April 24, will exhibit a historical tradition of 2000 years capable of bringing together the Japanese culture to that of China, an opportunity to learn the ancient art of entertainment Eastern.

To learn about events and initiatives proposed by the Japanese Institute of Culture, please visit the website or call the telephone number: 06/3224794 to have more information about the event.

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