Japanese Tea Garden

Japanese Tea Garden    

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The Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco, California, is a popular feature of Golden Gate Park, originally built as part of a sprawling World's Fair, the California Midwinter International Exposition...

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Oct 29, 2023
Great aspects of Japan: Torii Gate, Pagoda, and many plants of Japan. Great for lunch. Monday, Wednesday, & Fri between 9-10am free admission, easily accessible by city transit. Full review by njmomongo
Oct 26, 2023
I have loved the Japanese Tea Gardens since childhood but even on a very rainy day in Autumn it was stunning. The menu has expanded to include food eg Udon, mochi, miso soup etc. Bridges, ponds, beau… Full review by EndlessVoyage
Sep 5, 2023
I give this place a 100000/10 it was AMAZING. I would love there if I could.. I would visit everyday if I could.. I couldn’t recommend it anymore. We had no idea what to expect when walking in but we… Full review by Juliaharkey18

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Opened:1894
Architect:Makoto Hagiwara

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Is the tea garden open? Or are there COVID restrictions
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They reopened mid July See their web site for current times the gardens are open They are very wonderful to see.
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Answer by Susan K · Aug 3, 2020
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Is entry still free before 10 am on M/W/F? I read that a few place, but couldn't confirm on the website.
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I believe so - is certainly advertised
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Can you tell me the name of the tea brand they use here? Had the best green tea!! X
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While I cannot confirm this for certain, I understand The Tea House at Japanese tea Garden currently offers six kinds of tea: Jasmine, Sencha, HojiCha, Genmaicha, Green and the …
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While I cannot confirm this for certain, I understand The Tea House at Japanese tea Garden currently offers six kinds of tea: Jasmine, Sencha, HojiCha, Genmaicha, Green and the traditional tea used in ceremonies, Matcha. I don't know which one you're looking for!
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Answer by Thangam M · May 5, 2019
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Do they have cherry blossoms?
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From early March through late April there are lots of cherry trees blooming in the garden and all over San Francisco.
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Are bikes, scooters, or skateboards allowed in the Gardens?
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No wheeled vehicles are allowed (except for wheelchairs and strollers in the Botanical Garden, and wheelchairs in the Conservatory and the Japanese Tea Garden).
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