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Japanese Friendship Garden - A Traditional Japanese Garden, Winding Paths, Zen Garden, Koi Pond, & Ceremonial Gate - Balboa Park, San DiegoNewly Listed

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Date: Wednesday, 3 July, 2019       Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego
2125 Park Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92101
USA

Website: Click to Visit

Background of Japanese Garden
The Japanese Friendship Garden is an expression of friendship between San Diego and its sister city Yokohama that binds the two cultures to create a unique experience for visitors from all over the world. Representing a new concept in the development of a Japanese garden outside of Japan, the Japanese Friendship Garden is well-known for its unique setting, stone arrangement, Koi pond, exhibition hall and ornamental tree collection. As a valued asset to Balboa Park, the Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego is also an educational resource to the community, providing a variety of seminars, classes and workshops as well as accredited horticultural classes. The Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego is proud to present a remarkable exhibition of a private collection of Japanese artifacts from around the world.

The Garden originated as a teahouse during the 1915-16 Panama-California Exposition and now lies on two acres near the Spreckels Organ Pavilion. Along the Garden's winding paths are a Zen garden for meditation, an exhibit house, koi pond, bonsai exhibit, ceremonial gate, and a Fujidana (wisteria arbor). Weekend classes are offered in sushi making, bonsai, calligraphy, and conversational Japanese.

Regular Hours (Check Web Site)
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am-4pm
(last admission at 3:30pm)

From Memorial Day to Labor Day Hours
Monday - Friday: 10am-5pm (last admission at 4:30pm)
Saturday - Sunday: 10am-4pm (last admission at 3:30pm)

Entrance Fees
$4.00 / Adult
$2.50 / Senior (65+) / Student and Military w/ ID
Free for children of 6 and under

Wednesday, 3 July, 2019

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Phone: (619) 232-2721
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