Koinobori - Children's day Japanese Garden

Koinobori - Children's day Japanese Garden

May 6, 2018 - Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden; Koinobori; Children's day

Koinobori means children’s day, but it also refers to the special kites in the shape of koi fish that are hung, the symbol of hope, strength and a good fortune for children. A special moment in the Japanese Garden, where kids are in the spotlight, although parents are also welcome, naturally.

For further information, send an email to japansetuin@hasselt.be.

Here you can buy your tickets for the Festival. The hours on your ticket indicate your estimated arrival time. For example, with a ticket of 10 am, you can also stay in the Garden until 5 o'clock at night.

Students (1 € p.p.), people with an UiTpas Hasselt and a teacher card (free entrance) do not buy their tickets online, but at the register on the day itself.


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