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Considered the most authentic Japanese Garden outside of Japan, the Portland Japanese Garden is a haven of tranquil beauty in all four seasons. In Spring of 2017, the Garden opened its new Cultural Village, complete with new garden spaces...more
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This visit was worthwhile because we happened to arrive and enter in time to have a tour guide guide us through and add interesting explanations. There was a sign inside listing those free tours at 12 and 2. If you want to get the most...More
This Japanese Garden is locate in Washington Park. It can be reached by card or the Tri-Met train Red or Blue line. I find it very beautiful and also very relaxing way to spend at least two hours. There is and admission fee.
Wow. It’s hard to put to words how stunning and breathtaking this place is. Just walking around makes you feel at peace. So many trails, and so much to see. This is a great outside activity and something you have to carve out the time...More
The Portland Japanese Garden is truly a beautiful nest of serenity hidden deep within the trees of Portland. My girlfriend and I came here after visiting the Oregon Zoo. Quick tip, make sure to check the bus times that go up the mountain so you...More
Portland's Japanese Garden is one of the city's great treasures. It is a place of beauty and serenity like no other I know in this city, or in any other city for that matter. Think of a place where nature at its grandest is wedded...More
We've been to a number of Japanese Gardens but this one really stands out. The attention to detail and subtle use of light and water made this a special day. In addition, the cultural center had a traditional Japanese musician performing - it truly a...More