Japanese Friendship Garden0
Why locals love it
This garden promotes a sense of cultural understanding. Take in the beauty of a gorgeous pond that is brimming with Koi, one of Japan's native fish. Guided group tours are available for a small fee with a reservation. Locals love the informative tour guides as well. This serene garden opens back up to the public at the beginning of October 2015.
Why you should visit it
Immerse yourself in a beautiful garden filled with over fifty different plants species, lanterns, and cute bridges. Or try to locate their amazing waterfall that is twelve feet high! Examine some intricate calligraphy that is painted on wood sculptures. Check out the gift shop for some phenomenal Japanese artifacts.
Take part in one of the Japanese Friendship Garden's exciting tea ceremonies which are held on the third Saturday of every month.