Emperors set the standard for traditional Japanese gardens over 1,300 years ago. Their groomed landscape symbolizes the beauty of land, water and nature. You can experience the best one in South America at Jardín Japonés de Buenos Aires. Among the features are pavilions, restaurant, tea room, cultural center and artesian shop. Shown here is a red torri constructed in 2017 to celebrate the garden’s 50th anniversary. Behind it is the Tokyo Hall Exhibitions building.