Cherryblossoms and Magnoliatrees – Setagaya Park Vienna

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A quick tip, if you are stressed out during office-hours. Skip the fast-food meal and stop by the little Japanese Garden in the 19th district of Vienna in Döbling. Find your inner peace during lunchtime on a sunny spring day in the Setagayapark designed by the japanese landscape-garden-architect Ken Nakajima.

Setagaya is a suburb of Tokyo and the park emulates a Japanese landscape with several ponds and typical Japanese garden elements. Japanese maple, ornamental cherry trees and just now 2 big Magnolia trees show their most beautiful blossoms. I am just madly in love with those pink and white colored gradients and can’t wait to come back soon. The garden might be small with its 4000sqm, but is a Zen oasis to fuel with some new energy.

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Setagaya Park in Vienna. Japanese Garden | Travelsecrets

Open from April – October

Hohe Warte 8, 1190 Wien