A sand trail wriggles through a slightly hilly moss area, passing by colourful azaleas, Japanese maple trees and precious flowering cherries. Strolling along this way one discovers bonsai trees, some of them alive for 130 years. Multiple stone bridges allow crossing the naturally laid out pond. Then, a gazebo with a curved roof appears right by the edge of the pond. From here visitors can marvel at the real Japanese carps, the so-called kois, or gaze at the miniature trees. In a teahouse, guests will find the time to unwind and rejoice in the unique nature surrounding them whilst drinking a cup of tea. Visitors can also take home little souvenirs or acquire precious bonsai trees. The latest attraction of the garden is a classic “Zen and Meditation Garden”.
During the lantern festival in the dark season the garden trees are lighted up impressively. The visitors expect a light sea from Japanese stone lanterns, handmade bamboo lamps and wooden lanterns. You take appointments and all information about the "Japanese light party" please from the website of the supplier.