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Japanese Tea Garden
Today 9:00 am – 4:45 pm
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Golden Gate Park 75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr San Francisco, CA 94118
75 Hagiwara Tea Garden DriveUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94118
Garden, Tourist AttractionToday 9:00 am – 4:45 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 4:45 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 4:45 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 4:45 pmThursday 9:00 am – 4:45 pmFriday 9:00 am – 4:45 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 4:45 pmSunday 9:00 am – 4:45 pm
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Popular gardens with a Japanese teahouse & narrow paths winding past koi ponds, pagodas & a bridge.- Google
"Very zen and calm environment."
6 reviewers
"Beautiful place to go, bring out of town friends, visit every few months."
7 reviewers
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Lisa Le
in the last week
I went here with my boyfriend and was so pleasantly surprised by this place. Such beautiful scenery made me never want to leave. They have a cool little cafe in the middle where you can get snacks and such like mochi. I wish I could live here... Lol
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Marina Sabado
a month ago
Kind of pricey to get in but, they are nice gardens. Of course, a little cheaper if you can prove SF residency. It's relaxing to walk around in and the really arched Moon Bridge is fun to walk over. However, I wouldn't recommend doing if you're not sure footed. They even have a small cafe that sells small snacks and tea.
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Pablo Costa Tirado
3 weeks ago
This is a nice Japanese garden. It can be seen in half an hour because it's not very big but has a nice walk and beautiful places. The ticket is expensive ($8) but some days is free, just check it out.
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Carla Giannina
2 months ago
Quiet, gorgeous and beautiful garden. Tiny paths and hidden spots sparkled of mini lakes with fishes. A cute waterfall comes from a Japanese pagoda. Very zen and calm environment. However, for 8$ it's a very very small garden. You can see the garden in less of 20 min. I felt a little bit scammed.
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Lilly Richards
a month ago
Beautiful place to go, bring out of town friends, visit every few months. Just all around an out of body experience right in the middle of the city. I, like probably everyone else who visited this place ever, took a great photo of the giant Buddha statue, and enlarged it in black and white, and it is the centerpiece of my mantle, and I've actually seen a friend with the same idea. Just a great place to go, even when crowded it feels like a zen, peaceful sanctuary. Kids love it, teahouse is cool, beautiful plants that are like no where else in the City - I can't wait for my next SF trip to bring my younger kids for the first time!
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Nicolai Laquaglia
2 months ago
The japanese tea garden is a great destination and san francisco california. I highly recommend this place to anybody that is visiting.
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def tom
a month ago
Nice place with great Japanese spirit! The teas are excellent and their green tea cheese cake is amazing! You must pay 8$ to enter... That's the empty last star!
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Veg Nik
9 months ago
The Japanese Tea Garden is truly a treasure and wonderful in so many ways. It's actually more of a full treasure chest than simply a single treasure. It is of course aesthetically pleasing, and lovely to walk around as well as to sit and admire. Yet there's so much more! Find the little tea bush, locate the oldest tree in San Francisco, have tea and snacks where the fortune cookie was invented a century ago, find out about its connection to the Pan-Pacific Expo, learn about the Japanese family who lived there and what happened to them, and so on. Treat yourself to a very worthwhile visit. Located in Golden Gate Park, it's right next to the de Young art museum, across from the Cal Academy science museum, and very near to the arboretum.botanical garden, and more (all of which are worth visiting in their own right)!
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