The Japanese Garden, Los Angeles
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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We live in Van Nuys and are always grumpy about the filth of the place from the gum spots on every square inch of concrete to the air quality which has been ruined by the 2 airports flanking the city.... read more »
What an awesome place to visit on a lazy afternoon! Right in our backyards, a garden of flowers, trees, water and fish. It is easy to feel like you are getting back to nature. The path is easy to navi... read more »
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To come to such a place of beauty, serenity and tranquility in the midst of a concrete jungle is such a peaceful experience! Your first view of the garden as you enter through the gates takes your bre... read more »
I just all the flowers and trees and ponds and water falls it is a very peaceful place to be just walking around and just taking in the beautiful Garden of Japanese garden it's a very peaceful place you can relax there walkaround seed of Doug's trees and everything and how it's made this really amazing place to be they have done a wonderful job of planting all that beautiful garden and organizing it and each time one to have more Gardenza more popularity aware that make more of their Japanese garden to be one and only peaceful peaceful Resemblance of the ancestry Japanese garden
Egads, this place is beautiful. If like to come back and just sit and read a book. It's very quiet, everything looks green and lush. There's enough to see to require at least an hour just to walk the course. I was fascinated by the water reclaiming tanks. Entry is cheap, and it is well maintained.
Beautiful Japanese Garden 🏯 with lake, Tea House. We went on Spring time, so most of the cherry trees were blooming. We are really enjoy this park.
It is a beautiful garden in the middle of the San Fernando Valley. The garden also gets the water resource from the biggest LA water reclamation system. Visitors can enjoy both of the beauties of the garden and also can explore the water reclamation center nearby.
I didn't know this place existed! It is really beautiful and the water Lily were in bloom. The ponds we're teaming with little fish and the overall ambiance was pretty. Too bad the tea house doesn't sell tea/tea snacks! There is a view of the water plant next door.
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