The Secret Garden In San Francisco You’re Guaranteed To Love
There is a garden that is truly breathtaking, yet even locals may not about it. If you’re looking for a vivid and tranquil place in the city then continue reading. Many people may not know about this majestic and stunning garden in Golden Gate Park! The Japanese Tea Garden is often overlooked, but not anymore!
The Japanese Tea Garden is located inside of Golden Gate Park. The garden is open 9 - 4:30 pm everyday. The entrance fee is $8 and for San Francisco residents it is $6.
The address of the garden is
75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, Golden Gate Park, SF, 94118.
The Japanese Tea Garden was originally created as a "Japanese Village" exhibit for the 1894 California Midwinter International Exposition. Today, the Japanese Tea Garden is the oldest public Japanese garden in the United States.
The Japanese Tea Garden features an arched drum bridge, pagodas, stone lanterns, native Japanese plants, and of course a zen garden. Instead of traveling to Japan just visit this garden!
Everything is green and vibrant at this garden. The great blend of nature and Japanese architecture that is unforgettable here.
The stepping stone path crosses over the garden as well. The is for many the prettiest part of the entire garden
There are ponds stocked full with large koi fish, so take the time to enjoy the peaceful nature at this garden.
A Japanese Zen garden.
If you're hungry, check out the tea house in the garden that sells tea and some snack foods. The cafe has a view of the garden as well.
When you're at the cafe, have a cup of tea and taste popular Japanese refreshments and snacks.
The beauty of the garden and the arched drum bridge. This is a place in San Francisco that is legitimately one-of-a-kind!
Cherry blossom trees bloom throughout the garden in March and April, so it is a perfect time to visit the Japanese Tea Garden. Before you leave, you can check out the gift shop too.
Learn more about this beautiful place from the
Japanese Tea Garden Site. Visit Golden Gate Park and check out this majestic garden soon!
Have you been to this garden? Let us know what you think. Share this story too! If you’re curious about Japanese things in the city then check out
This Incredibly Unique Japanese Restaurant In San Francisco.
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