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In 1984, the city officially dubbed it “Japanese Tea Garden”, a name given to it by ambassadors from Japan. Today, it is listed on the U.S National Register of Historic Places and is one of the most beautiful gardens in San Antonio. It’s even a great place to go if you’re looking for things to do with kids in San Antonio.Does the San Antonio Japanese tea garden require a reservation?
A visit to the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden does not require payment or reservation, unless you are booking a special event. How about the tea garden hours? It’s open 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 7 days a week. Pets are allowed in open areas as long as they remain leashed.When did the Japanese tea garden reopen?
The Japanese Tea Garden reopened in March 2008, with fanfare that included a serenade of Japanese songs by Tafoyalla Middle School Japanese students, keyboard by Carol Gulley, calligraphy and origami demonstrations, and an enormous Koi-shaped cake. The garden had been closed while the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department and...What is the Japanese tea garden?
The Japanese Tea Garden features areas available for rent, which are ideal for small weddings, a memorial service, as well as an area for large corporate gatherings, not to mention the renovated Jingu House Café. Come visit one of San Antonio’s historical jewels centrally located, just a short distance from downtown.