Beautiful gardens, this is a peaceful place to enjoy a cup of hot tea. Even though it is in the city. Be sure to wear your walking shoes and be patient. Sometimes you have to queue long to get to several stops depending on the time of year. But it's definitely a place to see.
We walked around this beautiful garden and stopped at the tea house in front of the gift shop. There is a small outdoor seating area with narrow seats so not very comfortable. But I enjoyed the intimate feeling as it encourages you to talk to others. We tried almost everything on the menu and it was great. The service was fast and efficient. Make sure you stand in the right place when ordering at the checkout counter or you will be scolded or knocked down.
Japanese tea garden, this is not a hot spot, plus when we went, it is also on a weekday, so the scenic people are really bustling, not too many, there are a lot of plants about tea, learned.
There are not only many Chinese in San Francisco, but also a lot of Japanese. The Japanese tea garden is a Japanese garden style place where you may feel the same as in a Nara Park, and there is a very authentic Japanese cuisine in the center of Japan nearby.
Great place to visit & see Japanese style plants & culture. They also have food inside.
The Japanese Tea House and Garden is a haven for the senses. Located in Golden Gate Park, you can hear the sounds of an azalea covered waterfall, gaze upon beautiful pagodas, see stunning statues all the while meandering throughout impeccable gardens. Take the time to sample one of the many offerings of tea and just relax.
Very peaceful, make sure you check out the tea place. Green tea and udon were very good.
Great place to visit when in San Francisco. Bring your camera because you will want to take many photos. Relax and try one of their teas.
Nice place to just chill and enjoy the serenity of San Francisco while eating something small. The tea and gift shop are what really stood out to me, but the over all winner were the fish. Loved being able to walk over them as they nibbled at the rocks!
Preston_Dominguez: 75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr, San Francisco, CA 94118, USA
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Golden Gate Park,California Academy of Sciences,Japanese Tea Garden,de Young Museum,Baker Beach