1. Portland Japanese Garden, Oregon
2. Japanese Tea Garden, San Francisco
3. Anderson Japanese Gardens, Illinois
4. Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
5. Morikami Museum, Florida
6. Japanese Garden at the Chicago Botanic Gardens
7. Seattle Japanese Garden, Washington
8. Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix Arizona, Arizona
9. Japanese Garden in Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Texas
10. Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, New York
The Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco is the oldest public Japanese Garden in the United States. It was first opened in 1894.
California has the most Japanese Gardens in the United States.
Walking through a Japanese Garden will release brain chemicals called endorphins that stimulate relaxation and improve our mood. A stroll at a comfortable pace promotes relaxation and calm which reduce stress levels.
There are over 150 Japanese Gardens in the United States.
Unlike a normal garden, the Japanese Garden designed with history, art, and spirituality in mind.