Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix in United States

The only big water fall

Little gem Set right in the middle of busy Phoenix, this little gem brings you tranquility. If you are in a bad mood, this place will soothe your soul. It's small but beautifully laid out.

Beautiful Oasis We visited the garden to pass some time on a rainy day while we waited for a nearby salon appointment. This place was so beautiful! Especially on the rainy day when we visited. So peaceful and lush.

Pretty but small It is a good place to walk around and relaxed. Took about 45 minutes to see it all. Pond with fish and statues.

We are a traditional Japanese stroll garden in the heart of Downtown Phoenix. We are 501(c)3 non profit organization in cooperation with the city of Phoenix and Phoenix Sister Cities Organization. The garden was designed and built by garden master designer "Mr. Nozomu Okita" with the cooperation of Phoenix Sister City Himeji garden association. This truly unique point of pride sits on 3.5 acres and includes a traditional Tea House. The Tea House is open once per month for tea ceremonies, by reservation only by contacting the office. This tranquil and beautiful setting features more than 1,500 tons of hand-picked rock, stone footbridges, lanterns and more than 50 varieties of plants. As you stroll the path, you will enjoy flowing streams, a 14-foot waterfall, and a Koi pond with over 1,000 colorful Koi fish. The garden hosts a variety annual artistic and educational special events and programs. Please see our website and Facebook page.


Address 1125 N 3rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004-1821

Phone +1 602-291-9209

Website http://www.japanesefriendshipgarden.org/

Maps 8559FW6C+4W Open Maps

Best Near Places in 20 km
Related destinations