Japanese garden

Japan, by right is considered one of the most exotic, ancient and spiritually rich countries in the world. A special place in Japanese culture is occupied by gardens - a separate art form that skillfully combines the philosophical and ethical concept of the universe and the natural beauty of the landscape. The guests of NEC "UzExpoCentre" have a unique opportunity to visit this Japanese garden, created in the best traditions of the Land of the Rising Sun.

Green plantations

It is believed that through the beauty of nature, a person recognizes himself, and her contemplation has an ennobling influence on the world of the human soul. In the construction of the Japanese Garden, centuries-old trees were preserved, which, according to the eastern legends, have a living soul and energy. Also on the territory of the garden are cherry trees - a decorative cherry, the observation of the flowering of which is an integral part of Japanese culture.

Pier by the lake

The pier near the old lake deserves special mention, which has become a favorite place for walks of newlyweds and couples in love. It is from him on the tranquil water surface that his cherry blossoms blossom sakura, creating a unique atmosphere of natural charm. On the surface of the lake swim, chased by the wind, water irises and hyacinths, and in its depth the schools of ornamental goldfish are circling. Natural harmony combined with eastern exotics will be an ideal background for a romantic walk or unforgettable photo shoot on the eve of the wedding.

Garden of stones

In the Land of the Rising Sun, there is a special art of arranging stones, known as Sute-Isi. The Japanese believe that by contemplating the garden of stones, following the example of Buddhist monks, one can touch the innermost secrets of the universe, know your soul and gain wisdom. Garden of stones "Sekitei", located on the territory of the Japanese Garden, was created in accordance with the traditions of the 14th century of the Zen-Buddhism epoch. Carefully selected and properly located stones form the full profound philosophical meaning of the composition, which will suit the seekers of natural peace and tranquility.

Tea Pavilion

The cult of tea, as a unique phenomenon of Japanese culture, originates between the 12th and 15th centuries. The etiquette of the tea ceremony is carefully thought out and contains a whole series of rituals, the purpose of which is to prepare the body and soul for the adoption of a tea drink. The tea pavilion "Buden" was erected in full accordance with the traditions of the tea ceremony. The interior decoration of the pavilion and tea appliances are made of antique bronze, ceramics, wood and bamboo. The Japanese believe that only natural materials make it possible to know the true depth of tea drinking.

Near the pavilion there is a water source "Chezubachi" - bathing before the tea ceremony, is an obligatory part of the process of making a sacred drink. Water from the source, making its way through the rock, pours into the ritual bowl for ablution and smoothly flows into a decorative pond. Another unique decoration of the pavilion "Buden" is the bouquets of Ikebana. According to legend, the ancient art of arranging live flowers originates from the tea ceremony.


Cost of services:

Entrance of children up to 3 years - free
Child ticket from 3 to 12 years - 10 000 sum

 Adult`s ticket  - 20 000 sum

Time of stay - unlimited

The form of payment is any.

Address: 107 Amir Timur Street

Phone: +998 (71) 233 5623

Working hour of Park: с 10.00 до 20.00
Working hour of cash-desk: с 10.00 до 18.00

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