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Lima Sister City Japanese Garden


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202 W Eureka St
Lima, OH 45801
 
Map of Lima Sister City Japanese Garden, 202 W Eureka St, Lima

The Lima Sister City Japanese Garden is a beautiful, serene garden located in Lima, Ohio. It was created to honor the city's sister city relationship with Tsuruoka, Japan, and to celebrate Japanese culture.

The garden is a tranquil oasis that features traditional Japanese elements such as a koi pond, a tea house, and a bonsai garden. It also has a variety of plants, including Japanese maples, cherry trees, and bamboo.

Every year, the Lima Sister City Association hosts a Japanese festival at the garden to celebrate Japanese culture and the bond between the two cities. The festival features a variety of activities such as Taiko drumming performances, martial arts demonstrations, tea ceremonies, and traditional Japanese games.

   

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