Japanese Garden is located in Lake Caliraya in Cavinti, Laguna. The place is built to serve as a memorial park made by the Japanese government in the 1970s to commemorate the Japanese soldiers who perished during the Second World War.
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When it comes to weekend destinations, Laguna is one of the most accessible provinces near Metro Manila. Most people driving cars usually approach the province from SLEX on the way to urbanized cities like Santa Rosa, Los Banos and Calamba. But from the Manila East Road, you can avoid traffic and traverse easily through the more laid-back towns on the Eastern side of the province.
The Laguna Loop is a pretty good road trip destination. While Laguna is known more for its historical and cultural attractions, there are a lot of resorts in the province, as well as hot springs, lakes, and waterf ...
I have not been everywhere, but it is on my list. ??"Susan Sontag
Recognized for being Jose Rizal's birthplace, the Province of Laguna is more than just than a place where the Philippine's ever eminent national hero was born and raised. The province is a melting pot of various cultures passed down to the locals from different eras of colonization by foreigners. Most notably and prominently, the Spanish aspects stand out and have formed part of some of Laguna's beloved and well- known tourist spots. In fact, tourists and locals would come in droves to visit some of their famous attractions ...
One of the popular spot for picnic, mountain bike, and a place to have a me-time is here at the Japanese Garden in Cavinti, Laguna. Normally it's a part of a hill with a vast space of nature reserve, there's a field, a lagoon and a stairway that leads to the top of the garden. According to our local guide that this garden was built as a memorial and also a symbol of friendship of the Japanese to the Filipinos.
At the middle part of the hill you can find a memorial shrine for General Yamashita, a Japanese general who is very popular because of the buried treasure he left here in our land aft ...