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About Japanese Tea Gardens, San Antonio

This particular Japanese Garden has a bit of an unwieldy history. Built on the site of what was originally a quarry, the only initial Japanese influences were a Japanese pagoda and then a Japanese Torii Gate. In 1919 the city invited, Kimi Eizo Jingu, a local artist was invited to move into the garden and he and his wife opened up the Bamboo Room, serving light lunches. Post WWII, the place began to fall into disrepair and only in 2005 did some serious restoration work started. So what to do here? Well, the Sushi is quite good. It’s clean, and peaceful and tranquil.

It’s not that large so there isn’t much to explore, but every corner of the place has been crated with such an attention to detail that you could spend a good while just appreciating each one. Bronze signs guide you over the five acres of this place. And you should really try and climb up the drum bridge – it only counts of you, do it gracefully.

Bringing Japan to America the Japanese Tea Gardens are nothing short of a blissful delight. Japanese Tea Gardens Tickets are easily available at sight. To avail some good discounts on the same, check out our tickets section for a good deal on Tickets for Japanese Tea Gardens. As you buy tickets for Japanese Tea Gardens you can also enjoy its adjoining attractions also included in our tours. Japanese Tea Gardens ticket prices are very reasonable and if you Book tickets for Japanese Tea Gardens from our tickets section, you only save some more!

Japanese Tea Gardens Information

  • Actual hours are Dawn to Dusk.

How To Get To Japanese Tea Gardens by Public Transport

  • Buses on Stadium Drive, Tuleta Dr and N St. Mary St.

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Address: 3875 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212, United States

Phone: +1-2102073050

Ticket Price: 7 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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  • Beautiful place! Highly recommend you visit this lovely garden. A lot of wonderful photo opportunities so MAKE SURE YOU BRING YOUR CAMERA!

  • I highly recommend anyone to visit this location, visitors and locals. This is a place that I've always had a pleasure stopping by every time. Enjoy the view, it's a beautiful place.

  • Awesome garden with plenty of history! It's right next to the zoo, so you can go either before entering the zoo or after. Stunning views when everything is in bloom and an excellent feature in the Breckenridge park area.

  • Absolutely beautiful. There's a little shop to buy drinks and have lunch. It's very peaceful band has great places for pictures. There's what I assume is a man made waterfall and it's also great for pictures. If you're into nature or just want a get away from the city it is definitely worth it.

  • Beautiful and will kept grounds considering it's free. Unfortunately some homeless have made it their home. The tea house is nice with few options that are a bit overpriced. I got the herbal tea which was dreadful. Strawberry hibiscus. But the walk was enjoyable and has a trail that leads to the San Antonio Zoo and river.

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