Picture of the Day: The Oldest Japanese Garden in the United States
Located at San Francisco’s famous Golden Gate Park, the Japanese Tea Garden created in 1894 is the oldest public Japanese garden in the United States.
The 5 acre (2 ha) garden contains paths, ponds, bridges, sculptures and tea houses. It was originally built as a “Japanese Village” as part of the 1894 World’s Fair but was later converted into a permanent park. Cherry blossom trees bloom throughout the garden in March and April.
For visitor info, directions and admission fees, visit the official website.