This Japanese garden was originally part of a garden named Gardens of the World (Les Jardins du Mondereated) by banker Albert Kahn. The garden and the rest of his property was seized after the Wall Street crash of 1932 put him to ruin.
At the entrance of the Maison de la Photographie there is a square karesansui 枯山水 garden, designed by Keiichi Tahara and built in 2001.
The garden at the Japan Cultural Institute of Rome has been designed by Ken Nakajima and built in 1962. It is the first Japanese garden built in Europe designed by a Japanese.
A Japanese garden is inside the precinct of UNESCO Headquarter, in Paris. It was designed by Isamu Noguchi and built in 1959. The garden is quite articulated, including a stream, a pond, several compositions of rocks around the pond and the paths, and a kare-san-sui corner.
The Marzahn Park, north-East Berlin, is dedicated to the Gardens of the World. The beautiful Japanese garden, designed by Shunmyo Masuno, was added in 2003.