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  2. Portland Japanese Garden

    10:00 am—6:00 pm. Member Hours: 8:00 am—10:00 am. View All Hours & Ticket Prices.

  3. Hours & Admission – Portland Japanese Garden

    Public Hours. Wednesday – Monday: 10:00am-6:00pm (closed Tuesdays), last entry is 6pm, guests out by 7pm. On Saturday, June 17, last entry is at 5pm, guests out by 6pm. Garden closed to the public on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s. Village Gift Shop: 9:00am-7:00pm.

  4. Portland Japanese Garden | The Official Guide to Portland

    Tucked into the scenic West Hills of Portland, above Washington Park and near the International Rose Test Garden, the Portland Japanese Garden is a haven of meticulously maintained, tranquil beauty. Proclaimed as one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside of Japan, the 5.5-acre (2.2 ha) space includes an authentic Japanese tea house ...

  5. Japanese Garden |

    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 for complete hours and details.

  6. Portland Japanese Garden

    We are open Wednesday - Monday from 10am - 6:00pm (closed Tuesday). Rediscover the Garden again and again with each visit.

  7. Portland Japanese GardenPortland Parks Foundation

    611 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205. Proclaimed the “most beautiful and authentic Japanese garden in the world outside of Japan,” Portland Japanese Garden sits nestled in the hills of Portland’s iconic Washington Park. Overlooking the city and providing a tranquil, urban oasis, it encompasses 12 acres with eight separate garden styles ...

  8. Things to Do in Portland This Weekend - The Official City Guide

    Experience Portland Japanese Garden’s first new art exhibition of 2023. After two seasonal residencies in Portland, Japan Institute’s inaugural Artist-in-Residence, Rui Sasaki, will exhibit her site-specific works inspired by the natural beauty of Portland Japanese Garden in an exhibition titled Subtle Intimacy: Here and There.