Japanese Tea Garden
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If you and your date appreciate nature, tea, connection, and beauty, sharing a pot of tea together among the traditional Japanese architecture and manicured gardens here is a very intimate, spiritual experience. Don’t rush out when you’re done: take some deep breaths and walk the paths through the the garden. Afterwards, take a short stroll through Golden Gate Park to Stow Lake, where you can rent a paddleboat and circle the middle of the lake.
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The garden is wonderful, and worth the price of admission. The tea experience, not so much.
If you love flowers and tea and/ or are looking for a romantic date idea, this is place is lovely!
A great little spot to rest and for a change of scenery while exploring the Golden Gate Park.
The Hagiwara Japanese Tea Garden is the oldest public Japanese garden in all of the United States. If full of rare and beautiful plants, trees, bonsai and koi ponds. Sit in a pagoda sipping green tea while enjoying the beautiful views of the gardens
After you stop by the rose garden, come here to relax and unwind with ocha (tea).
The Japanese Tea Garden began as the Japanese Village and Tea Garden at the 1894 World's Fair. It was built by Australian born George Turner Marsh, who hired Japanese craftsmen to construct the site. After the close of the fair, Marsh sold his concession to the city of San Francisco for $4,500…
The sweetest garden in San Francisco is just a 10 minute walk away - quiet waters, quaint bridges and pagodas, and zen pebble gardens wait, with an option to have tea at the small cafe as well.
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