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SUIHO EN – JAPANESE GARDEN

Date
May 29
Time
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
thejapanesegarden.com
Council District
City Council District 6
Event Series Dates
Ongoing Exhibition

Amid the San Fernando Valley lies an oasis – a 6.5-acre garden featuring three gardens in one. First, the Japanese Garden has a dry Zen meditation garden containing Tortoise Island, a three-buddha arrangement of stones, and a wisteria arbor at the end of the Plover Path. Next along the path is an expansive Chisen or “wet-strolling” garden with waterfalls, lakes and streams, abundant greenery, and stone lanterns, which were hand-carved by artisans in Japan. At the end of this path is the Shoin Building, which has an authentic tatami-mat teahouse and an adjacent tea garden.

 

Reservation is required; tickets are available on the website.

Location

Suiho En – JAPANESE GARDEN
6100 Woodley Ave
Van Nuys, CA 91406 United States
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Phone:
818.756.8166
Website:
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Organizer

The Tillman Water Reclamation Plan
Phone
818.756.8166

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