If you've never been to a Japanese garden, then it will be magical. If you go on a weekday, it will be peaceful. If you go on a sunny weekend, then you will instead critically note that you have paid for the experience of looking at trash-littered walkways, dying patches of grass, obese fish with festering sores on their scales, dirty pond water, and hearing the clamor of children begging for more pesos to buy more fish food, thus disturbing whatever Zen moment you were hoping to have strolling in the gardens park.
Towards the back is an authentic Japanese restaurant that only serves lunch. Make reservations and hide out there, away from the crowds.
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