The magnificent Japanese Garden in Clingendael Park in The Hague is the only Japanese garden in the Netherlands from around 1910 and therefore has a high historical value. It is also the largest Japanse Garden in the The Netherlands with a surface area of 6800 m2
The garden has a unique and surprising atmosphere, partly thanks to the beautiful moss cover. The garden contains many stone lanterns in all shapes and sizes. It also has 2 water casks. One water cask has 4 images of Budhas. The other water cask is in the shape of a lotus flower.
The Clingendael Estate is open all year round. The Japanese Garden can be visited only during a short period during Spring and Autumn, due to its fragility.
Clingendael 12a, 2597 VH The Hague