San Francisco’s Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park
By Lee Foster
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The Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park is an iconic aspect of the City, to be enjoyed year around. In the spring months of March and April the lovely cherry blossoms and other flowering plants are lavish. In autumn the maples turn gold and red. You can stroll the gardens for a nominal fee and meditate over Japanese ideals of design, emphasizing tranquility and harmony.
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