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Seattle Japanese Garden (Dont Use)


Seattle Japanese Garden (Dont Use) | Japanese-City.com
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1075 Lake Washington Boulevard East
Seattle, WA 98112
 
Map of Seattle Japanese Garden (Dont Use), 1075 Lake Washington Boulevard East, Seattle

The Seattle Japanese Garden is a 3.5-acre formal garden located in the Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle. It was designed and constructed under the supervision of world-renowned Japanese garden designer Juki Iida in 1960. The garden is divided into five areas: the Entry Garden, the Stroll Garden, the Tea Garden, the Dry Landscape Garden, and the Pond Garden.

The Entry Garden is a traditional Japanese garden that welcomes visitors with a sense of peace and tranquility. The Stroll Garden is the largest area of the garden and is designed to be explored on foot. It features a variety of plants, trees, and water features, including a koi pond, a waterfall, and a moon bridge. The Tea Garden is a small, intimate garden that is used for traditional Japanese tea ceremonies. The Dry Landscape Garden is a Zen garden that is made up of rocks, sand, and gravel. It is designed to be a place for contemplation and meditation. The Pond Garden is the most popular area of the garden and features a large pond with a variety of fish and turtles.

The Seattle Japanese Garden is a beautiful and peaceful place to visit. It is a great place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The garden is open year-round and admission is $6 for adults and $3 for children.

Here are some additional details about the Seattle Japanese Garden:

• The garden is located within the Washington Park Arboretum, which is a 230-acre park with a variety of gardens, forests, and trails.
• The garden is open from 9am to 4pm, 7 days a week.
• The garden is closed on New Year's Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
• There is a gift shop in the garden that sells Japanese souvenirs and gifts.
• The garden offers a variety of educational programs and events throughout the year.

If you are looking for a peaceful and relaxing place to visit in Seattle, the Seattle Japanese Garden is a great option. It is a beautiful and tranquil place to spend a few hours.

   

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