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    The Japanese Tea Garden is truly a treasure and wonderful in so many ways. It’s actually more of a full treasure chest than simply a single treasure. It is of course aesthetically pleasing, and lovely to walk around as well as to sit and admire. Yet there’s so much more! Find the little tea bush, locate the oldest tree in San Francisco, have tea and snacks where the fortune cookie was invented a century ago, find out about its connection to the Pan-Pacific Expo, learn about the Japanese family who lived there and what happened to them, and so on.Treat yourself to a very worthwhile visit. Located in Golden Gate Park, it’s right next to the de Young art museum, across from the Cal Academy science museum, and very near to the arboretum.botanical garden, and more (all of which are worth visiting in their own right)!

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    Small and serene if you can get there before the crowds do. The tea house is cute and has some good japanese tea and pastries to enjoy there, and the store has some cute japanese goods. Take a walk across the really cool bridge.

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    Beautiful and tranquil, the Japanese Tea Garden is a fun little spot in Golden Gate Park. I really enjoy the landscaping the park has to offer and it’s fun to just sit and observe for a while. Afterwards, make sure to grab some tea at the cafe before you leave. The experience of drinking tea in this amazing garden should not be missed.

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    a wonderful place to take a relaxing walk with your wife. to bad its history is so sad.

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    Beautiful little spot to spot and enjoy life. Ordered the concentrated green tea and was overwhelmed (in a good way!) by the flavor. The little dessert were good too, not too sweet, although the consistency was a little odd.