There are not only Chinese in Seattle, but also Japanese. The Japanese tea garden is not very large. Although it cannot reach the level of traditional Japanese gardens we have seen in Japan, this Japanese garden also reflects the Zen of Japanese gardens everywhere, and the design is very layered.
The Japanese tea garden is also a very interesting place to visit. The Japanese-style things are exquisite. The gardens here are also modeled after many Japanese styles. The wooden structure in the gardens is also quite simple. It is very suitable for visiting here. It.
The Japanese Tea Garden is a free and open park. The park is very large and green. It doesn’t seem to be the tea garden we understand. It shows us the artistic conception of Japanese gardens. It’s very beautiful.
Small in size but worth the trip. We saw lovely fall colors early October!
Although small, it is packed full of delightful surprises at every turn. Get there early to enjoy the peacefulness of the garden.
I live this garden. It is a masterpiece. Avoid it on popular days for the best experience.
This is a beautiful and scenic Japanese Garden located at the Washington Arboretum. You have to pay admission to enter but it's worth it because the place is so beautiful. I really didn't expect so much nature on my little trip to Washington, but they have it in spades. The place is about 3.5 acres and it's serene. You tend to feel more 'zen' here. There are beautiful Japanese maples, koi in the pond, turtles, flowers, water lilies, and so much foilage. This is one of the places that I consider a must visit.
So peaceful and serene. And only $6 entry fee!