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Portland Japanese Garden is a proud participant in Arts for All, making the beauty and serenity of the Garden accessible to low-income families and individuals who receive food stamps (SNAP). VIEW MORE INFORMATION
Admission to the Portland Japanese Garden: $18.98 for Adults $16.95 for Seniors (65+) $15.25 for Students $13.50 for Youth (ages 6-17) Free for children under 6 Details are subject to change; please check Portland Japanese Garden’s Website for current information.
Portland Japanese Garden is now selling timed entry into the Garden, every 30 minutes during public hours. Tickets can be purchased online up to 7 days in advance. The last admission can be purchased at 6:30 pm. Please visit japanesegarden.com for complete hours and details.
“In order to comprehend the beauty of a Japanese garden, it is necessary to understand — or at least to learn to understand — the beauty of stones.” – Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904) Portland Japanese Garden on Instagram
Seasonal. In her time in Portland (August to September 2022 and December to January 2023) Sasaki’s relationship to the garden developed. She worked on “Shelter from the Rain,” a collection ...
The Portland Japanese Garden is a traditional Japanese garden occupying 12 acres, located within Washington Park in the West Hills of Portland, Oregon, United States. It is operated as a private non-profit organization, which leased the site from the city in the early 1960s.
Portland Japanese Garden. A haven of meticulously maintained, tranquil beauty, proclaimed one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside of Japan, the Portland Japanese Garden offers meandering streams, intimate walkways and an unsurpassed view of Mount Hood.
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, classrooms, exhibition and gallery space, and the Umami Cafe.
Portland Japanese Garden's new Cultural Village is a modest, human-scaled set of buildings arranged around a courtyard plaza, whose fourth side is the existing, untouched gardens from the 1960s.