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Japanese Garden | Kaiserslautern, Germany

Yesterday I went to Germany for a day trip. Together with my mum, we visited the Japanese Garden in Kaiserslautern. It's very small but so quiet and peaceful. Right now I appreciate everything that can contribute any zen feeling to my life. 
Japanischer Garten
Am Abendsberg 1
67657 Kaiserslautern
Germany

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12 comments

  1. It's a beautiful and peaceful garden. It's surprising that there is a Japanese garden there. I wonder who created it? But it is a worth it day trip.

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  2. This place looks so tranquil and I love the photo of the koi carp

    Suze | LuxuryColumnist

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  3. This is a very beautiful garden! I liked the peace it exhales, it is really sweet and very well cared! I bet it was such a nice trip!
    DenisesPlanet.com

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  4. Such a divine place and your photos are gorgeous, ahh. I hope you had a wonderful time there!

    May | THE MAYDEN

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  5. Awwww ducklings are so cute!

    Jacynta xx
    www.jacyntawalsh.com

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  6. What a gorgeous and tranquil looking place! This reminds me of the Japanese garden in NY's Brooklyn Botanical Garden.

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  7. This looks like sucha lovely place to relax and rest. Great photos too, thanks for sharing!
    xo Kiki
    http://colormekiki.com/

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  8. Japanese gardens are always Zen and peace and calm-evoking. Anything with a subtle sound of freeflowing water for me is always welcome :)

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  9. Gorgeous place! I've been to a smilar one here, in England - unfortunately, can't remember the name of it, but have a feeling you'd love it, too. x

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  10. These gardens are stunning. I'd love to visit.

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  11. This place looks amazing! Great to know it is possible to visit on a day trip - in my list!

    Corie
    www.barefootinluxembourg.com

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  12. Looks really nice and peaceful there. Hard to believe it's in Germany!

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