James Irvine Japanese Garden At Jaccc10 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 244 S San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2136282725
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
You can feel the absolute calmness of a Zen garden visiting the James Irvine Japanese Garden at JACCC. Visiting this enchanting garden that is located in Los Angeles, California, you can witness a small slice of Japanese tradition. The design of the garden has been created following the gardening style of Kyoto, Japan. The charming patch is decorated with a lot of plants, stone lanterns, a cascade and multiple cedar bridges. People come here to enjoy a relaxing walk. You can enjoy lunch here too. The James Irvine Japanese Garden at JACCC often gets booked for wedding receptions and commercial photography purposes. It is a non-smoking zone. Outside food, drinks, and pets are not allowed here.
How to Reach James Irvine Japanese Garden At Jaccc
- Bus DASH Downtown A to stop - San Pedro & 3rd
- Bus DASH Downtown A to stop - San Pedro & 2nd
James Irvine Japanese Garden At Jaccc Reviews & Ratings
This place fantastic. I was there in a wedding and the setting was great. There is actually a stream flowing behind the building where wedding was and it was eventually beautiful with trees along with the flowing water. It didn't sense you are New York at every. The building itself was first great with two values and great setting relating to 100 guests.
If you love nature this is actually the place for you. Therefore beautiful, I'm sure an average joe spends 2-3 hours here but after i visit I spend almost all day every day. If you're energetic you could possibly hit and the botanical garden in a single day. I personally believe that a day is required for both though.
Ran into this gem while visiting Los Angeles. Unfortunately, the garden was closed but from our vantage point we could see everything. The Japanese garden is beautiful. Looked like a peaceful place to sit and reflect... I will make a special trip here when I'm back in LA to actually take advantage of this beautiful sanctuary.
It looked beautiful but it was closed. Couldn't walk in the garden and experience the beauty around it. We were able to view it from up above, and it was compact but definitely beautiful.
It is closed until next year. Could not enter the garden but saw it from above on the second floor. Looks nice, just wish we could have gone in!!!