japanese tea garden

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My family and I visited here when we went on vacation to California. We really enjoyed the beautiful trees and ponds and flowers and fish. This place was very quiet and cool. We just loved it here. We would go back again if we go to California again.

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My family and I visited here when we went on vacation to California. We really enjoyed the beautiful trees and ponds and flowers and fish. This place was very quiet and cool. We just loved it here. We would go back again if we go to California again.

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The Japanese Tea Garden is one of my favorite tourist attractions in the city to visit. It's a great place to get away from the bustle of the city, and the grounds are beautiful and serene. It's a must to get a pot of green tea and some crackers at the tea house, and have a seat overlooking the koi ponds and gardens.

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The Japanese Tea Garden is one of my favorite tourist attractions in the city to visit. It's a great place to get away from the bustle of the city, and the grounds are beautiful and serene. It's a must to get a pot of green tea and some crackers at the tea house, and have a seat overlooking the koi ponds and gardens.

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One of the biggest and busiest gardens in San Francisco is the Japanese Garden located in the Golden Gate Park. The garden is decorated with the Japanese theme which makes it more realistic and appealing. The small buildings insided the garden really add to the surrounding plants and trees. Very beautiful garden to visit.

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One of the biggest and busiest gardens in San Francisco is the Japanese Garden located in the Golden Gate Park. The garden is decorated with the Japanese theme which makes it more realistic and appealing. The small buildings insided the garden really add to the surrounding plants and trees. Very beautiful garden to visit.

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I remember going to the Japanese Tea Garden a few years ago. The weather was a little foggy at the time and when we went in the garden had areas that was covered with mist which made it look so mystical and beautiful. It is located just across from where the old California Academy of Sciences used to be located. Parking is available right by that area.

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I remember going to the Japanese Tea Garden a few years ago. The weather was a little foggy at the time and when we went in the garden had areas that was covered with mist which made it look so mystical and beautiful. It is located just across from where the old California Academy of Sciences used to be located. Parking is available right by that area.

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The Japanese Tea Garden deserves its reputation as a must-visit spot for San Francisco tourists. Come in the fall to enjoy the gorgeous fall colors of some of the trees. There's the famous moon bridge, which isn't too hard to climb, and a large Buddha statue. There are many little spots that are serene and slightly secluded, so you can sit and enjoy the scenery in a meditative state. This is a beautiful garden!

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The Japanese Tea Garden deserves its reputation as a must-visit spot for San Francisco tourists. Come in the fall to enjoy the gorgeous fall colors of some of the trees. There's the famous moon bridge, which isn't too hard to climb, and a large Buddha statue. There are many little spots that are serene and slightly secluded, so you can sit and enjoy the scenery in a meditative state. This is a beautiful garden!

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The Japanese Tea Garden is one of San Francisco's fine attractions located in the Golden Gate Park. The garden is so beautifully designed and well trimmed. They have this small bridge that I always like to go over everytime I visit. I guess it's like a tradition for me.

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The Japanese Tea Garden is one of San Francisco's fine attractions located in the Golden Gate Park. The garden is so beautifully designed and well trimmed. They have this small bridge that I always like to go over everytime I visit. I guess it's like a tradition for me.

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The Japanese Tea Garden is a beautiful place to go especially if you are wanting ideas for your own Japanese style garden. It is kept meticulously manicured and has many Japanese style structures like a bridge and Japanese style building. Even the front entrance has great big wooden Japanese style doors.

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The Japanese Tea Garden is a beautiful place to go especially if you are wanting ideas for your own Japanese style garden. It is kept meticulously manicured and has many Japanese style structures like a bridge and Japanese style building. Even the front entrance has great big wooden Japanese style doors.

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I used to go here a lot with my family when the kids were younger and money was tighter. We would first walk around the marvelous Golden Gate Park (yup a huge park right in the middle of San Francisco.) The park has places to bike ride, walk around, museums, or just tan. But the tea garden was always my favorite. You walk in and these waitresses dressed in the Japanese style would come and greet you. They are very polite as is the Japanese culture. The theme is obviously tea but there are some little desserts and stuff. But the garden itslef is very beautiful. Very quiete. You can walk around and enjoy the Japanese art of gardening. Admission is $3.50

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I used to go here a lot with my family when the kids were younger and money was tighter. We would first walk around the marvelous Golden Gate Park (yup a huge park right in the middle of San Francisco.) The park has places to bike ride, walk around, museums, or just tan. But the tea garden was always my favorite. You walk in and these waitresses dressed in the Japanese style would come and greet you. They are very polite as is the Japanese culture. The theme is obviously tea but there are some little desserts and stuff. But the garden itslef is very beautiful. Very quiete. You can walk around and enjoy the Japanese art of gardening. Admission is $3.50

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