Japanese Tea Garden

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75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr (btwn John F Kennedy Dr & Martin Luther King Jr Dr)
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 752-4227
Garden
Hours
Mon–Sun: 9:00 AM–6:00 PM

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  • The Japanese Tea Garden is over 100 years old and one of the most serene spots in the city.
  • Not worth $7 for out of town visitors. Interesting to know Memoirs of a Geisha was filmed here.
  • Free entry before 10am on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Great city walk Fridays @ 9:30am also.
  • The garden is beautiful, but note that it's not easy to get around for people with wheelchairs, walkers, etc.
  • Go early on mon weds or fri 9-10am for free admission. $7 otherwise ($5 for SF residents). It's not as small as some reviews suggest. You can stroll through easily in 30 mins. Restrooms are clean.
  • Find the Peace Lantern from 1953 and read the story behind it.
  • Explore the Japanese Tea Garden with Jaimie
  • Hidden gem in Golden Gate Park. Don't miss it. Peaceful and beautiful.
  • have tea with your visiting mother :-)
  • Free entrance between 9am and 10am on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Enjoy green tea and kuzumochi after a walk in the garden.
  • The Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park is the oldest public Japanese garden in the United States.
  • Behind the gates, the gardens are a little piece of artistry in a serene environment, bonsais, bamboos, the little pagoda & moon bridge, koi ponds and sculptures. Must See ? The Tea Ceremony.
  • Tour starts at 9:30AM
  • Get in right when it opens (9am) if you want to take nice pictures without screaming kids around. 9:30 was already crazy...
  • Beautiful and quiet, but crowded on weekends. Go MWF 9-10 am to get free entry!
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  • Pazartesi, aramba ve Cuma saat 10dan nce gelin ve cretsiz girin. Oteki trl 7$ kii ba biraz fazla.
  • This is a serene, peaceful place. Please be respectful of the others touring the garden.
  • Photogenic place in SF very reminiscent of the temples we visited in Japan. Typical stuff that can be found here are cherry blossom trees, squirrels, and souvenirs. They also have varieties of teas.
  • Drink overpriced green tea and eat rice crackers.