The park was designed in 1997 in an oriental style by Japanese landscape gardeners, which is why it contains all the features typical of a garden imported from the land of the Rising Sun, with all its refinement, delicacy and attention to detail. The park is a symbol of the twinning of the cities of Pamplona and Yamaguchi, which is very close to Hiroshima. The cities were twinned in 1980 in memory of the evangelising visit to Japan in the 16th century by St. Francis Xavier, patron saint of Navarre.
Av. de Barañáin, 23, 31008 Pamplona, Navarra