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花园

日本茶园

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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.
Soniyah
Soniyah
January 24, 2017

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Rebecca
Rebecca
April 16, 2019
Unique and extremely serene beautiful garden.
Gil
Gil
November 12, 2019
The garden is wonderful, and worth the price of admission. The tea experience, not so much.
Anna
Anna
November 3, 2015
Nice place for walk, cup of tea, snacks in Golden Gate Park.
Kel
Kel
September 22, 2019
One of our favorites to visit in the Golden Gate Park.
Kyle
Kyle
February 5, 2020
If you love flowers and tea and/ or are looking for a romantic date idea, this is place is lovely!
Zuhra & Sean
Zuhra & Sean
June 2, 2019
Free access M, W, F if you enter between 9:00-10:00am! Beautiful scenery to walk around and a tea house to warm you up.
Adrian
Adrian
October 8, 2015
Very popular for tourists and locals alike!
Gustav Alexander
Gustav Alexander
September 22, 2019
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
Steffie
Steffie
October 4, 2015
After you stop by the rose garden, come here to relax and unwind with ocha (tea).
Boris And Natalie
Boris And Natalie
July 8, 2019
San Francisco’s Japanese Tea Garden is the oldest public Japanese garden in the country. The garden was created for an exhibition in 1894, when the exhibition closed a gentleman’s agreement was reached and the garden remained. As time went by the garden expanded to the size it is today,…
Maxwell
Maxwell
February 5, 2020
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…
Frank Owen
Frank Owen
December 14, 2015
Great relaxing spot to explore
Albina
Albina
September 26, 2015
Beautiful garden styled after Japanese. Great for a relaxing afternoon.

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地点
75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr
CA San Francisco,邮编94118
手机号+1 415-752-1171
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