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Japanese Park Konya (Entrance)
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Konya Büyükşehir Belediyesi tarafından 2010 yılında hizmete sunulan ve 36 bin metrekarelik alanıyla Türkiye’nin en büyük Japon Bahçesi olan Konya Japon Parkı, şehrin çekim merkezlerinden biri haline geldi.

Konya ile Kyoto arasında kardeşlik ilişkilerinin geliştirilmesi amacıyla yaptırılan Japon Parkı, Türk - Japon dostluğuna hizmet etmesinin yanında şehrin turizmine de önemli katkı sağlıyor. Japon mimarisine uygun olarak yapılan parkta göletler, peyzaj düzenlemeleri, taş ve ahşap köprüler, Japon bitkileri, bambu su oyunları dikkat çekerken; Japon kültürüne uygun ikramların yapıldığı kafeterya da büyük ilgi görüyor.

Kullanım alanı 500 metrekare olan kafeteryada misafirlere gün boyu kahvaltı hizmetinin yanında Japon mutfağının geleneksel lezzetleri sunuluyor. Parkın etkileyici ve ferah atmosferinde sunulan hizmete Konyalılar ve yabancı misafirler büyük ilgi gösteriyor.

Copyright: Ibrahim Tunca
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 10/04/2012
Caricate: 10/04/2012
Aggiornato: 05/08/2014
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