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Japanese garden

In 1922 AD, in Helwan neighborhood, on an area of about 10 acres, the establishment of the "Japanese Garden", which was known as the "Asian Life Kiosk", was completed by the architect "Zulfikar Pasha" in the Asian style.


A garden that includes different types of trees, such as: Bengal fig trees, the diatom tree, Sidr and orchard trees, and the reed plant. As you walk around it, you will find several statues, such as: the ancient lotus flower, which holds a statue of Zulfikar Pasha, the elephants of the Far East, who guard him and the garden, and a statue of the face of a woman from the Far East, who closes her eyes with a quiet smile, which reinforces the idea of revering the East for Women’s status throughout the ages, this is beside 48 statues of the disciples of the master "Sheba", who sits among them, in order to teach them Buddhism, and under the statue of "Sheba", you find the triple wisdom painting "I do not hear, do not see, do not speak", which urges not to Interfering in the affairs of others, as it is represented in three statues in the form of monkeys, one of which blocks his ears, the second closes his eyes, and the third puts his hands on his mouth, and there is a statue of "dual strength and deliberation", which takes the form of "dragon and turtle", as well as a statue of the godfather "Buddha" with a smiling face next to his chariot, which is going with him across Lake "Badal", to go to the other side, passing through the music booth, which is used by some orchestras.