The Japanese Garden in Monaco (French: JARDIN JAPONAIS DE MONACO) is a municipal park on Princess Grace Boulevard (named after Grace Kelly), next to one of the most popular beaches - Larvoto and the Grimaldi Congress Center. The garden is over 7 acres in size and features a stylized mountain, hill, waterfall, beach, stream and Zen garden for meditation.
Built by Japanese landscape architect Yasuo Bepu and at the request of Prince Renier III, it is an amazing complex combining harmony of living and inanimate nature in the unity of colors, shapes, materials. The meticulous, years-long work of a team of Japanese gardeners allows this temple of beautiful balance to be opened in 1994g.
The garden can be visited daily from 9 hours until sunset.