Pune-Okayama Friendship Garden or Pu La Deshpande Udyan is considered one of the biggest gardens placed on Sinhagad Road in Pune, Maharashtra, India. The lawn become built in suggestion of 300-year-antique Okayama's Karaku-en Garden, so it is also called as Pune-Okayama Friendship Garden. The garden incorporates natural glide of water from canal that is been spread across the garden. The garden is properly maintained and strolling on the garden isn't always allowed. "Pu La Deshpande" Garden is constructed on 10 acres.
The fashion is devised in the sort of manner that humans can take a walk thru a garden enjoying the landscape, which adjustments alongside the garden paths. The panorama preserve changing at some stage in strolling. The garden is having colorful fishes. You could see these fishes from a small bridge within the middle of garden. This Japanese lawn has been named after Pu La Deshpande, a widely recognized Marathi author from Maharashtra, India. The entry charge is five rupees for adults and kids 3 years and above. The eatables are not allowed inside the lawn. There is a paid parking space available outdoor the lawn. Also children can revel in in a children play place near parking.