Setagaya Park Vienna Austria

Mythos57

Wien, Austria

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Setagayapark was designed 1992 by landscape gardener Ken Nakajima from Japan. Twincity and cultural agreements have existed for many years between Vienna’s Döbling district and Setagaya, a suburb of Tokyo. The park was laid out near a retirement home. Setagayapark emulates a Japanese landscape with several ponds and streams, and it contains the densely-planted garden elements that are typical of Japanese gardens. There is a Japanese tea house, a “Yukimi style” stone lantern, several stone sculptures and a fountain, as well as a poem set in stone at the entrance to the garden.

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