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Lovely garden with blossoming cherry trees. We visited on a cold day and would have enjoyed a possibility to have a hot tea inside. Only open air place for food and drinks so better check out the weather first.
The Japanese Garden in Hasselt is great for a visit and walk in spring and autumn. The different types of cherry trees blossom for a month to 6 weeks in spring and create beautiful foliage in the autumn.
After driving an hour from Brussels and then coping with a series of road detours, we finally found the parking and arrived in front of the ticket office At 15h45 to find out from one of the many people standing around that the ticket office...More
They opened on Sunday in March as the blossom was out, and what a treat. The gardens are well laid out, good explanations of the various areas and all very well kept.
The waterfall and tea houses are impressive, but of course the cherry blossoms...More
We came especially from Brussels to visit these Japanese gardens and we were just astonished to be in front of a closed door. No indication that it was closed for a longer period, in the hotel they didn’t informed us and the people to who...More
Just learned in time to pay a visit to this Japanese Garden in the town of Hasselt before its closure for the winter. Autumn foliage with the serene setup of this garden was enjoyable.
Admission tickets to be bought whereby reductions for kids as well...More
The history of the garden dates back to 1985, when the city of Hasselt and the Japanese city of Itami signed a friendship charter, allowing them to become sister cities. As a sign of their friendship the city of Itami treated Hasselt to a Japanese...More