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Parque de Yamaguchi was designed by Japanese architects to celebrate the connection that Pamplona has with its Twin city in Japan, Yamaguchi. The two cities were connected in this way back in 1980 in memory of the evangelising visit to Japan in the 16th century...More
I just happened upon this space while looking for a spot to enjoy lunch. It's a large, open park. There's a small lake with a fountain feature in the middle, many benches, large open green spaces, and a playground at one end. The paths are...More
A fantastic place to spend some time! I really enjoy walking at the park, I stopped at a restaurant near the park for pizza and wine. Later I sat beside the water and watched the people walk and the ducks. The Japanes thematic is very...More
We walked the Parque on a quiet sunny Sunday, not knowing we were following the Camino route to the city centre! My forester-husband was amazed at the types of trees that are in the park and at the Cuitadela too.
My friend and I love Japan. We decided to check out the Yamaguchi park in Pamplona for a nights accommodation. We arrived at 11pm with families and couples about enjoying the ambience. We put up our tent and spent the night just on a nice...More
This was just about the last thing I expected to see here in Pamplona. What a pleasant surprise. This small park is peaceful and perfect for silent contemplation - typical of a Japanese garden. The surrounding larger park is a great place to cycle or...More