Hagiwara Tea Garden ( en español: Jardín de té Hagiwara o Jardín japonés Hagiwara de San Francisco), es un jardín japonés y jardín botánico de 2 hectáreas (5 acres) de extensión, localizado en San Francisco, California.
|Lunes||9:00 AM – 5:45 PM|
|Martes||9:00 AM – 5:45 PM|
|Miércoles||9:00 AM – 5:45 PM|
|Jueves||9:00 AM – 5:45 PM|
|Viernes||9:00 AM – 5:45 PM|
|Sábado||9:00 AM – 5:45 PM|
|Domingo||9:00 AM – 5:45 PM|
Shourjya Dasgupta | feb. 11, 2018
You can spend a couple of hours of your morning walking around the garden. All green around you. The park is overpriced for sure. The cafe inside is quite expensive for - not sure why ? There is a gift store inside as well which is expensive as well. Otherwise, the park is maintained. You can see multiple colorful fishes in the pools inside. Kids will like it for sure. FOr the entrance, I think, SF residents have a discount. I won't say that this is a must go when you are visiting SF for couple of days.
Roy Cheung | feb. 6, 2018
TL;DR: $9 admissions to a tea shop. The garden itself is a disappointment. There's some dwarf trees, a tiny zen garden, tiny ponds and a pagoda. The overall garden looks to be in a state of decay and lacking upkeep. You'd wonder where the funds for admissions goes. The tea hut is cute. Around $4 for a cup of tea. But with the admissions fee your tourism dollars are better spent elsewhere.
Stephen Cassidy | feb. 25, 2018
Escape to Japan - right in the middle of Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The tranquility and beauty of the gardens never disappoints new or regular visitors - except perhaps during peak tourist season when the gardens become too popular. The Udon soup at the tea house is perfect on a chilly SF afternoon.
Ian Hutchinson | ene. 11, 2018
Such an amazing place to find peace in the middle of one of the biggest cities on the west coast. I could stay here all day taking pictures and come back every season for the different colors. It is best to come here during the week when the crowds are not so big but it is a great experience all year around.
Alba Hernandez | ene. 17, 2018
We went during the winter, so the flowers were not in bloom. Nonetheless it was a beautiful sight. Inside the garden, there's a cafe; I tried the mochi ice cream and it was really good. The Japanese store is to die for; they have a great variety of tea sets, tea, chopsticks and gifts. Love it!
Andrew Sinatra | mar. 7, 2018
Small garden with ponds, trees, zen garden, bridges. It is very beautiful, but it is on the small side. It is a good place to slowly walk through and appreciate the scenery. If you walk through quickly you can see everything in 10 minutes. It may not be for everyone considering the admission price, but it is a unique experience. They have a counter service cafe that serves Japanese foods and sandwiches, as well as tea. The food was rather expensive but you are paying for the experience. Definitely worth going at least once.
Steve Ramsey | abr. 1, 2018
Must-see SF destination. Even on busy days, you will find peace, serenity and so much beauty at the Tea Garden. Stroll around for an hour and notice of all the little details. Take the time to read all the interpretive signage. Lots of history here. The staff of gardeners do an amazing job meticulously maintaining everything. Take a break and have a snack at the little restaurant. If there is a line, it moves quickly. They have very good miso soup and other light fare. And of course several choices of tea.
Grace Martin | abr. 4, 2018
It was beautiful and had a great atmosphere. They even had a little tea shop. However, it would have been nice to have a student discount as the gardens were rather small for the price. But other than than I was a great experience.
Iman Safi | mar. 14, 2018
There are even days you can get in for free early in the morning before 9AM to save yourself 10$ a deal. So wake up early and Enjoy this beautiful peaceful place. I didn't try the TEA but I wish I would so you do not the same as me and TRY OUT THE TEA AND ENJOY THE VIEW AND PEACE. Join the tour guides and learn about history and maintenance complexities of this place as well. This is what differentiates a Japanese garden. Learn these while you're there !
kakani sai kumar | abr. 22, 2018
Beautiful lush green gardens and very well maintained.. excellent scenic views and has long history associated with almost 120 years old. Nice place to spend sometime and get fresh oxygen breathe...awesome bridges and under water flows with fishes in it.. worth visiting it..
Nicolas Goldring | may. 7, 2018
Aside from San Francisco's Chinatown, the Golden Gate Bridge, and its proximity along the Pacific coast, this is the main reason I love San Francisco. The garden is absolutely beautiful, so authentic that one would think he/she is actually in Japan. The trees, the flowers, the decorative bridges, and even the atmosphere, itself, feels authentic, identical to Japan, just across the Pacific Ocean. The main reason I love California is for its rich Chinese, Korean, and Japanese influence, thanks to its proximity along the Pacific. It is a state that is proud of its beautiful, colorful, and diverse multicultural heritage.
Roan Makishi | may. 7, 2018
A great tourist spot, if you can't afford Japan, then you can come here. Nice little cafe that serves deserts, sweets, and of course tea. They also have udon and some bite size sandwiches to enjoy with your tea. The park is beautiful, and great to take photos for weddings, engagements, proms, everything. Well maintained over the years, and truly a sight to see. If you don't live in SF it's $9 per person, even if you just live across the bay. Your address in your license has to be San Francisco to get a discount. But overall worth it and very serene.
somkietr rojanasathit | abr. 19, 2018
Beautiful Japanese garden even it is rather small when compared to the one in Montreal, Csnada. or Portland, Oregon but there are many buildings and beautiful landscape and planting. It is beautiful in spring. I think that as the seasons evolve there will also be ore flowers in bloom. Or even just different colors if leaves it should be beautiful. As I learn, sometime summer garden has no flower to distract your interest so you enjoy the moment as you walk through. Also you will notice that there is no straight path in Japanese garden so you have to pay attention for each step you walk. I highly recommend it. There is a tea shop with snack that you can pause and ponder and enjoy the garden here too.
Mackenzie Akred | may. 12, 2018
Looks so nice and calming. Wonder around the grounds a bit and let your inner tourist show. Take pictures, enjoy the sites, and climb the bridge! When you are all good and done, order some tea and food and eat with all the beautiful views around. Gift shop can be a bit pricey, and probably bought somewhere cheaper, but it is just another nice feature.
Tim Vickers | may. 25, 2018
Highly recommended stop when in San Francisco. A bit of a trek to get to from downtown but well worth it. The gardens are magnificent, with an authentic Japanese feeling, and great little tidbits throughout with the history of the garden and it’s prior gardener. Check out the pagoda and moon bridge, which are nice little photo opportunities. The tea house isn’t the most authentic of options, but it does make a good stop. A little bit more on the pricier side, you could probably find a more traditional tea shop option with more competitive pricing somewhere else in the city, but they won’t have the view or ambience as this one.
Kira Trinity | may. 12, 2018
This has been a favorite spot for most of my life, and I’ve shared with several partners and now my daughter. We always come here when we are in town. The tea house has really improved its serving speed! A few years ago I waited up to an hour for a cup of tea, but recently we ordered practically the whole menu and it came out in 10 minutes. Love this place!
Paul Motz | may. 16, 2018
I really enjoyed my visit to the Japanese Tea Garden. It is very peaceful and zenlike. I spent a good amount of time wandering the meandering paths throughout the garden. I am sure that I took some paths three or more times. It is a very nice place to quietly reflect and an introvert's heaven. However, I did find the $9 entry fee rather high. The pagodas had also seen better days. There was also a garbage man changing the garbage cans during my visit. Given the entrance fee, I was surprised that they couldn't arrange to have this happen outside of visiting hours. TO me it really detracted from the peaceful experience. Overall, I would recommend the Japanese Garden since I think that East Asian gardens are gorgeous. However, this one has its flaws. I prefer Vancouver's Chinese Garden.
Rudy Trevino | jun. 14, 2018
Overly priced for the size. The grounds ARE beautiful to walk but it's small. You're in and out within 15 minutes depending on how fast you walk it. Scenery is beautiful. Looks and feels authentic. It should be free admission due to its size and the upkeep money should be gathered from the tea house concessions. It was cheaper walking the Botanical Garden (which has 55 acres to walk). Definitely a tourist trap unless you're into Zen gardens and need to see it. Not very serene with tourists all around you chatting away.
A-yia Thoj | jul. 11, 2018
Probably one of the better Japanese gardens in the US but because it's in San Francisco, parking is going to be h**l and people will always be photo bombing you. Besides that, the garden has quite a few long walkways, secluded areas, photo ops for those trying to catch a serene photo, a tea shop and gift shop. Parking is in a ramp or on the streets but street parking is like chasing wind and trying to hold on to it. The ramp ended up being $17 for our 1.5 hours there but has a $33 max on the weekends. The garden is right next to a few other attractions so if you have time, make the most of your $33 and hit a few of the other attractions while you're there.
Ari Lehnen | jul. 10, 2018
Peaceful, beautiful, and well maintained. Worth every penny for entrance fee. They do offer free admission for an hour in the morning I believe. (8 to 9am or 9 to 10am not sure). Gets busy on the weekends. Gift shop is pricey. Restaurant/cafe is tasty.
Casey Litchfield | jul. 11, 2018
Amazing landscaping, but not worth the price, as it's quite small and there's no information provided on the plants. The city needs to subsidize this and drop the entrance fee to $5. I'm guessing the higher price limits crowds which enables a more zen-like feel while walking through the garden. I understand the strategy, by I'd skip this site if you have other locations in mind while visiting SF.
Kouassi Aragao R | jun. 28, 2018
This my first time at japanese tea garden I thought it would be bigger but it is very beautiful. Me and my kids are visiting younger brother, we do have great pictures love the trees, ponds and the coy fish. Great place to go with a family or a date special for nature lover, plus you can have great picture there to. Perfect place for a birthday picture. Will love to come again.
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