Jardin Japones

The Japanese Garden is an Argentine garden located in the Parque Tres de Febrero in the neighborhood of Palermo, city of Buenos Aires.
The Japanese Garden was built with the contribution and effort of the Japanese Collective in 1967, as testimony of the first visit to Argentina by a member of the Imperial Japanese Family, Crown Prince Akihito and Princess Michiko. This Garden is a representative emblem of the relationship between Argentina and Japan, donated by the Collective through the Embassy of Japan in Argentina to the Municipality of the City of Buenos Aires in 1967.

Jardin Japones

KeKe sacred lotus group – leaves low

KOSMII

kosmii :: Japanese Tea Kettle
kosmii :: Japanese Tea Set
kosmii :: Koi Tea Zabuton
kosmii :: Koi Tea Table

MINIMAL Sora Set  @Kustom9

MINIMAL – Sora Skybox RARE
MINIMAL – Sora Lamp *9*
MINIMAL – Tatami *10*
MINIMAL – Wall Parchment *7*
MINIMAL – Wall Parchment *8*
MINIMAL – Wall Parchment *6*

Refuge  Emme Candle A @FaMeshed ( starts 1 Feb) New!!! 

SPELL Origami Curtain (White)

Extra decoration

[we’re CLOSED] party lights LL
[we’re CLOSED] party lights S
{-Maru Kado-} Stone Maneki neko_ooiri (small/2Li)
{-Maru Kado-} Stone Maneki neko_koban (small/2Li)
{-Maru Kado-} Maneki neko_koban
Hayabusa Design Arch of Flower M17-1 v1-1
ROIRO – Sakura vase long
ROIRO – Sakura vase maru
booN-kura Toro nascent
Culprit TSUKABAI (mesh)
[[RH]] SHIGARAKI Tanuki
[CX] Juniper Bonsai

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Moz Loordes says:

    Fascinating! And I love the products you’ve used here, Loly, I must visit kosmii very soon… Asian styling is one of my absolute favourites.

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    1. Thanks! Glad you like it! You should checked my friend BearStarr he gave me all that stuff he blogs for japonicca, I was soooo lost about what to use on these pic and he ofc has everything that you can imagine! 😂

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  2. Moz Loordes says:

    Excellent!

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