We can finally go to the Japanese Garden in Clingendael again! If that’s not a good reason to put on the shoes, then we don’t know what is. Walking through the garden and enjoying the colors and scents of flowers and plants is a completely different experience than seeing the garden in a movie.
3. Chase away evil spirits!
The red bridge not only symbolizes joy, it also wards off evil spirits, according to the story. So many evil spirits spared in corona time? Leave them in the garden!
In nature we often overlook it, but for an Asian garden it is an indispensable plant: moss. There are forty different species growing in the Japanese Garden! Moss grows best in the shade. If you bend your knees you will see: one moss is not the other. This green carpet also makes the garden very vulnerable. That is why the Japanese Garden is only open to a limited extent.
InfoDate: The Japanese Garden is only open in autumn and springTime: From Saturday 27 April to Sunday 03 June you can enter the garden every day from 9.00 until 20.00 hours of visits.
Entrance: The Japanese garden can be found in park Clingendael.
Exit: At the wooden bridge. The entrance and exit is signposted.
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