Portland Japanese Garden
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When His Excellency Nobuo Matsunaga, the former Ambassador of Japan to the United States, visited Portland Japanese Garden, he proclaimed it to be “the most beautiful and authentic Japanese garden in the world outside of Japan.” Enough said.
Beautiful old Japanese garden. Across from the rose test garden... Nice tea House also...
Such a lovely place to find calm... you’ll need it after trying to find parking up there :) Don’t miss the free rose garden just a few steps below it. Public transportation runs regularly there or walking and biking are very doable. It is on a hill however so wear good shoes and/or a lighter bike…
This place is absolutely STUNNING. Koi ponds, gorgeous sculptures, rock garden, and cultural experiences. Worth the entry ticket.
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