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University of California - Berkeley Botanical Gardens

University of California - Berkeley Botanical Gardens | Japanese-City.com

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200 Centennial Dr
Berkeley, CA 94720

When the Golden Gate Exhibition on Treasure Island closed in 1939, the Japanese exhibit was donated to the UC Botanical Garden on behalf of the Japanese government with the aid of the UC Japanese Alumni association. The exhibit consisted of a stone from Japan with lanterns and a bridge displayed as a Japanese garden and pool. Kaneji Domoto, a prominent Bay Area landscape architect, oversaw the design of the exhibit on both Treasure Island and at the Garden.

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