2020 Japanese Tea Houses in the United States
2020 Japanese Tea Houses in the United States
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2020 Japanese Tea Houses in United States
(Canada) Shaw Tower, Kengo Kuma Japanese Tea House, 19th Floor
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has designed a pavilion for hosting traditional tea ceremonies on the deck of a Vancouver tower, coinciding with an exhibition of his work across the street.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens - Japanese Gardens
Officially opened by the Japanese Ambassador to the United States in 1967, this 7.5-acre site is actually an interwoven collection of gardens built in the Japanese style, replete with traditional a...
Boukakuan Japanese Tea House and Garden
Boukakuan Japanese Tea House and Garden is located in Columbus, New Jersey, approximately 30 miles northeast of Philadelphia and 55 miles south of New York City.
It is situated on the grounds...
Brand Park Japanese Garden - Shoseian 'Whispering Pine' Japanese Tea House
The garden is open to the public Monday - Thursday between 10am to 3pm.
On the third Sunday of each month, the Friends of Shoseian hosts exciting cultural events that are open to the pu...
Byodo-In Temple - Oahu
The Byodo-In Temple is located at the foot of the Ko'olau Mountains in Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. It was established on June 7, 1968, to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the first ...
Denver Shofu-En Japanese Garden
Denver Botanic Gardens strives to entertain and delight while spreading the collective wisdom of the Gardens through outreach, collaboration and education. Our conservation programs play a major ro...
In 1970 Descanso Bonsai Society was founded under the leadership of Dick Wydman. Dick was well known in the world of bonsai as a lecturer and teacher of the art. He was a member of the Santa Anita ...
Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant - Japanese Garden
The Japanese Garden at the Donald C. Tillman Reclamation Plant was part of Mr. Tillman's vision to create a world class treatment plant that would not only treat wastewater but also provide a sanct...
Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, Long Beach
Japanese Garden (Garden includes a spectacular koi pond, waterfalls, tea house and bonsai collection. Hosting special events, group tours and garden rental is available.)
Note: The gard...
Frank Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
Bringing joy to the lives of over ten million guests since 1995 and still growing! Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park promotes the enjoyment, understanding and appreciation of gardens, sc...
Frederik Meijer Gardens - Japanese Garden
It was more than four years in the making: June 13, 2015 the Richard and Helen DeVos Japanese Garden opened its magnificent Main Gate to visitors, welcoming a world of timeless tranquility. Tranq...
Hakone Gardens is one of the oldest Japanese estate and gardens in the Western Hemisphere. The gardens were originally the private estate of Isabel and Oliver Stine, San Francisco ...
Hannah Carter Japanese Garden (Shikyo-en) Privately Owned
The Hannah Carter Japanese Garden covers just over one acre and is located in the community of Bel Air about one mile from campus.
The garden was inspired by the gardens of Kyoto. Many s...
Hermann Park Conservancy with Japanese Garden
May 2017 marked the 25th anniversary of the Japanese Garden, a popular destination in Hermann Park. Over the years, the garden had begun to settle into a Texas-style garden and was at risk of losin...
Japanese Cultural Center & Tea House
Welcome to our strolling garden. Its gate opened in 1971 as designed by Mr. Yataro Suzue and Lori Barber.
He stated then: 'beauty is not trickery, not illusion ... but arranging elements...
Japanese Cultural Center Tea House & Gardens of Saginaw
Welcome to Japanese Cultural Center, Tea House and Gardens of Saginaw
Welcome to our strolling garden. Its gate opened in 1971 a...
Japanese Tea Garden - San Francisco
The Japanese Tea Garden provides visitors from around the world with an opportunity to experience the natural beauty, tranquility and harmony of a Japanese-style garden in the heart of San Francisc...
John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden (Mizumoto)
The oldest attraction at the Springfield Botanical Gardens, the 7.5 acre, Mizumoto Japanese Stroll garden was created in 1985 and includes a large koi lake, moon bridge, meditation garden, tea hous...
Kepaniwai Park - Japanese Garden & Tea House - Iao Valley
A beautiful place to visit that highlights the various diverse immigrant groups: Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese and Korean. Bring a bento box and and sit under various covered pinic areas you can ...
Missouri Botanical Garden - Japanese Garden
The Japanese Garden, dedicated in 1977, was designed by the late Professor Koichi Kawana, a native of Japan and lecturer on environmental design and landscape architecture at the University of Cali...
Morakami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Florida
Since its opening in 1977, The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens has been a center for Japanese arts and culture in South Florida, with rotating exhibitions in its galleries, tea ceremonies perf...
Myo-Wa-En - Japanese Garden (Not Open to Public - Private Tours)
The garden is not open to the public, although the owner, Boonie Lang, conducts tours twice a year by appointment only. Created in 1986 by garden master Saito Katsuo, then 92 years old, constructio...
North Alabama Japanese Garden with Japanese Tea House
The North Alabama Japanese Garden was started in 1988 in the Monte Sano State Park by Robert Black, as just a hobby garden and something to enjoy doing with his children. Maybe a couple hundr...
Phoenix Japanese Friendship Garden - Ro Ho En
The Japanese Friendship Garden - Ro Ho En is an authentic 3.5 acre Japanese Stroll Garden with tea house. This tranquil and beautiful setting features more than 1,500 tons of hand picked rock, st...
San Mateo Central Park - Japanese Gardens
The Japanese Tea Garden was designed by Nagao Sakurai and was installed in 1966. Plants featured in the garden include cherry trees, Japanese maples and bonsai. San Mateo set up a sister-city relat...
Santa Barabara Botanic Garden & ShinKanAn Teahouse and Garden
Widely regarded as a model botanic garden, the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is a living museum and a member of the American Alliance of Museums, dedicated to research, education, and conservation o...
Seattle Japanese Garden - Washington Park Arboretum
The Japanese Garden is a 3.5-acre traditional Japanese stroll garden located within the Washington Park Arboretum. The idea for a Japanese Garden in Seattle had formed by 1909 but it wasn’t until...
Shinzen Friendship Garden
Shinzen emerged in the era of sister-city gardens, following World War II, with the building of Japanese gardens to forge friendship and to recognize the significant role of early Japanese immigran...
Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
This shoin-zukuri (desk-centered) house, built in 17th century style, is located on the grounds of the Horticultural Center in the West Fairmount Park. The perfectly pro...
Shoseian Whispering Pine Japanese Tea House
Shoseian, built in 1974 through combined efforts of the Sister Cities of Glendale and Higashi-Osaka, Japan is one of the few traditional Japanese Teahouses open to the public in the United States. ...
Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park
Sonnenberg_japanese_tea_houseSonnenberg’s Japanese Garden is one of 250 Japanese Gardens in the United States and just one of 100 Japanese Gardens in the U.S. with a tea house. Mrs. Thompson’s ...
Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden
American Japanese-style garden design in the 20th century.
The Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden represents a major phenomenon in American cultural history. The appreciation an...
The Japanese Garden (Suiho-En) - Van Nuys
The Japanese Garden
The balance of positive and negative forces, Yin & Yang, are ever present here. Obvious in the skillful blending of traditional Japanese landscaping wi...
The Japanese Garden at Pocantico - Kykuit Japanese Garden
This Japanese garden is at the country home of John D. Rockefeller (1839-1937) which was built just north of Tarrytown in an area known as Pocantico (the word the Rockefellers used when referring...
Zilker Botanical Gardens in Austin Texas with Japanese Tea House
Opened to the public in 1969, the Garden was built by Mr. Taniguchi when he was seventy years old. Working without a salary or a contract, Mr. Taniguchi spent 18 months transforming 3 acres of rugg...