Stroll Seattle’s Japanese Garden
When you are in Seattle, the Cherry Blossoms at the University of Washington are a must see each spring. But after the UW, head to the Seattle Japanese Garden. It’s only a few miles away. People often forget to visit the other famous Seattle garden. I decided to head over to this famous Seattle landmark after my visit to UDub. Have you ever seen these beautiful gardens?
The crowds at the University of Washington were overwhelming, so shortly after I arrived, I left around noon went to another garden. On this rainy day, I went to Seattle Japanese Garden where I found peaceful, quiet and tranquility. Now, this is more like spring.
Seattle Japanese Garden Delivers Peacefulness
This landmark is a very special place to spend some time. If you are stressed out or want to relax, this is the place to go. The garden is unique, subtle, and a slice of Asian culture.
Green on Green
Most people think of the University of Washington’s Gardens or the Washington Park Arboretum for walks and garden visits. But few tourist or locals think about visiting the Seattle Japanese Garden. This garden is often forgotten because it’s so small. But whatever the reason, at this garden, you’ll find virtually no crowds and a very enchanting place to find your thoughts.
This location is my favorite place at the Japanese Garden. I think I like this tree and place, so much because it seems like it’s artistic. I believe the tree looks sensual and reminds me of the twist and turns in life.
Overlooked But Not Forgotten
If you are traveling alone or with friends, a parent with a child or boomers – this is a location for all ages and stages of life. Even if you have a handicap, the garden welcomes everyone.
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