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Japanese Friendship Garden

Japanese Friendship Garden

Balboa Park, San Diego
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  • tea
  • scenic views
  • gardens
  • fishing
  • cherry blossoms
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  • Crystal H.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Crystal HarrisonNovember 2, 2015
    They participate in a reciprocal program with other botanical gardens. We ended up getting in free. Best view in the garden is from the pavilion at the bottom of the canyon.
    Oct 25 positiv bewertet
  • KristenHerz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    KristenJanuar 14, 2014
    ..And the cafe at the Friendship Garden is the only affordable place to eat in all of Balboa Park. Their courtyard is a perfect meeting place as well.
  • Richard R.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Richard RevillaMai 20, 2015
    Nice casual relaxing walk. If your a resident free admission on select Tuesday. If you not $8 admission. Not worth the $8.
  • Joey H.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Joey HernandezMärz 21, 2018
    it's a great walk, but it can get crowded (especially on free museum day)
  • Ashley P.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Ashley PetronsJanuar 29, 2017
    Leave plenty of time to walk around-it's on two main levels, but it's quite a walk between them. Beautiful place though.
  • Pablo AlbertoHerz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Pablo AlbertoFebruar 10, 2016
    Ir escuchando la audio guía mientras se pasea descansando y meditando. Es hermoso. Las que exposiciones temporales se pueden omitir.
  • KristenHerz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    KristenJanuar 14, 2014
    I like the new area, but the upper garden is much more tranquil by comparison.
  • Tim B.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Tim BushnellSeptember 25, 2016
    Very serene and peaceful, a wonder place to slow down, take your time, reflect and relax
  • Rosslyn C.
    Rosslyn CarrancoMai 17, 2012
    Schon mehr als 100 Mal hier gewesen
    A tip to get the koi to take a picture with you is to put your hand by the water like you're feeding them. They'll swim right up :)
  • Kevin R.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Kevin RothFebruar 27, 2015
    The tea is great. Hanging out at the viewing station while eating pokey is greater than great.
  • Rj S.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Rj St ThomasAugust 19, 2020
    A truly enchanting place!
  • Tiffany R.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Tiffany RuppJanuar 29, 2016
    Serene. However, I was disappointed. They don't mark any Japanese plants. The grounds are pretty but do need a lil bit better upkeep. It would do them good to look at Seattle.
  • Liam M.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Liam MayMärz 30, 2016
    Amazing, tranquil and breathtaking sights!
  • Tim B.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Tim BushnellSeptember 25, 2016
    Peaceful, serene, its a great place to slow down, take your time, reflect, and relax
  • Munira S.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Munira SuwailemMai 8, 2016
    Just come take a walk and enjoy nature
  • Sydney B.
    Sydney BazettMärz 4, 2013
    So pretty! Its $4 to get in or $3 for student/military.
  • Melodie T.
    Melodie TaoApril 4, 2010
    Take photos of their lucky coy pond and relax in their meditation garden. They often offer complimentary entry on Resident Tuesdays Mehr erfahren
  • ᴡ C.
    ᴡ ChoyJuni 8, 2014
    Not so much of a Japanese Garden but good enough. It's a nice place to visit while in Balboa Park
  • Fabrice E.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Fabrice ElustondoApril 1, 2015
    Endroit calme et zen...
  • Kevlar
    KevlarMärz 18
    Why buy tickets online if you still have to wait in the ticket line to get in?
  • Nej K.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Nej KutcharianJuni 29, 2018
    It’s ok not sure if it’s worth the entrance fee, maybe if it was $5 a person.
  • Paul P.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Paul PanicciaMärz 17, 2018
    Tranquil and easy to walk
  • Duyen F.
    Duyen FenstonJuni 21, 2011
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    Closes @ 3:30 so get there early! And enjoy some Udon while you're there.
  • Sam J.
    Sam JohnsonMärz 9, 2013
    Excellent place to go fishing for koi's!
  • Deborrah R.
    Deborrah RayJuly 16, 2013
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    Noodle soups are really good~
  • Roger M.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Roger MaNovember 24, 2015
    Take a stroll and be in zen
  • Kevin P.
    Kevin P.Juni 7, 2010
    Try the Japanese cherry (sakura) tea, it's delicious!
  • Visit San Diego
    Visit San DiegoJuly 24, 2011
    The blood orange iced tea is yummy!
  • Eric H.Herz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    Eric HolmesJuly 2, 2014
    It's a construction site. Can't believe they have the nerve to charge admission. Utter disgrace. Shameful.
  • TolgaHerz-Symbol auf Nutzerbild
    TolgaFebruar 20, 2016
    I don't know how it looks like during blossom season but now it has nothing like Japan... Skip it and save your money&time...
  • Jessica w/ E.
    Jessica w/ Event StaticNovember 27, 2011
    A little fish named Cornelius lives here!
  • Mister Sushi
    Mister SushiSeptember 15, 2011
    Relax in their meditation garden
  • Jacob R.
    Jacob RAugust 29, 2010
    $4/person to get in, but it's only worth $2/person.
  • Leslie F.
    Leslie FishlockNovember 6, 2010
    Try to watch the Japanese tea ceremony and find the giant golden koi!
  • Craig V.
    Craig VillamorJuly 19, 2018
    Not worth the $10. Maybe $5.
  • Louise
    LouiseAugust 24, 2012
    Save your money and skip it.
  • Shawn C.
    Shawn ChengNovember 23, 2010
    Not worth $4. Trust me. Maybe $2
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