Monday, November 5, 2012

No. 136 Seattle Japanese Garden

1075 Lake Washington Blvd E
Seattle WA 98112

Reminder : The Japanese Garden will close to the Public Sunday November 11, 2012  for the rest of the year until February 2013


HOURS - 2012 Season
Feb 17 - April 1 Tues-Sun 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
April 3 - May 6 Tues-Sun 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
May 7 - Sept 16 Mon-Sun 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sept 17 - Oct 29 Mon-Sun 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Oct 30 - Nov 11 Tues-Sun 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Japanese Garden will close to the Public Sunday November 11, 2012  for the season until winter 2013

Opened to the Seattle public in 1960 the Seattle Japanese Garden celebrates 52 years of educating and inspiring visitors from around the world about the art of Japanese miniature idealized landscapes and garden design.
The garden located in the southwest corner of the University of Washington Botanic Gardens at Washington Park Arboretum, along Lake Washington Boulevard E., features over 100 types of plants, trees and koi ponds in a 3.5 acre gated area.
For more information on the garden you can visit

Adults 18-64: $6
Youths 6–17, Senior Adults 65+, College students with ID, & Disabled: $4
Children 0-5: FREE

Japanese Garden, Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle Washington
Aerial Shot looking down at Seattle Japanese garden from Longbach Nyguen
Seattle Japanese Garden
Entrance of Japanese Garden in Fall
Seattle Japanese Garden
Stone Bridge crossing stream in front of large Koi pond
Seattle Japanese Garden
Reflecting on images on wooden bridge
Seattle Japanese Garden
Fall colors appear around the garden
Seattle Japanese Garden
Afternoon light hits the maple cove
Seattle Japanese Garden
Blue Heron keeps watch on bank
Seattle Japanese Garden
Plenty of Wildlife to see around the arboretum
Seattle Japanese Garden
Maples turning color
Seattle Japanese Garden
Japanese stone lantern on the pond edge
Seattle Japanese Garden
Fiery Fall Colors

Support us by visiting our partners Gear Used:
lens rental   Washington State travel, Washington State travel, Washington Destinations, Photography, Photography spots, best things to do in Seattle, Best things to in Washington State, Washington Tourism Alliance, Washington State Tourism board, recommendations, recommendations for things to see in washington state, things to do in washington state, things to do in seattle, things to do in Tacoma washington, Washington Photographers, Washington nikon shooters, best seattle photography, washington exploration, experience washington, what to do while visiting seattle, seattle top attractions, seattle food, Space Needle, Explore Washington State, Puget Exposure Photography, Puget Exposure, Road Trips through Washington State, Weird Washington, King County, Snohomish County, Seattle, Everett, Tacoma, Kent, Redmond, Kirkland, Washington Sunrises where and when, Washington State Weather, Seattle Japanese Gardens, Japanese Gardens in Washington State, Kubota Japanese Garden information, Kubota Japanese Garden Seattle Washington, Photos of Kubota Garden, Asian History in Seattle


Post a Comment