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Japanese Cultural Center, Saginaw
(4.1/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • In this Center in Japanese for your efforts and have been honored. As well as vegetation is uwatte, and Japan was neat houses is similar to Japan. Tea is called Awa Noh Sagi Iori and superb facilities. I went I had a tea party. Japan festivals are held several times a year, contributing to the Exchange.
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  • Do go for one of the tea ceremonies. Very special/unique experience. The grounds are lovely. The teahouse is the real deal - constructed by Japanese artisans. The festival they hold annually is also g...  more »
  • We really enjoyed the presentation recently at the tea house. The ceremony was demonstrated by three ladies. It was presented in front of the audience. During the ceremony, there was no talking. But t...  more »
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  • Excellent place to visit. Small enough to take smaller children to, but large enough to feel separate from the surroundings. A 'must visit' during the spring season, as well as in the fall. Free admission, but unusual hours, so just be sure to check before you go to visit.
  • Cute place! Gardens, authentic tea house, and occasional cultural events make for a unique and special place in Saginaw. Be sure to attend a tea ceremony if you can, they're fantastic and the decor inside the house changes monthly so it'll always be a fresh experience if you return.
  • Badly decayed, some new construction, but older things are ignored or not maintained. It's a nice garden, but not up to Japanese standards.
  • I went here as a child while i was in school and loved it. The tea ceremony was superb and they were very welcoming. I look forward to returning.
  • i went there 6 years ago and there is a lot that can be done to make this garden great.i did enjoy my visit but i hope that they expand it.