The Japanese Garden is a 6.5 acres (2.6 ha) public Japanese garden located on the grounds of the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant adjacent to Woodley Park, in the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area of the central San Fernando Valley. It is in the community of Lake Balboa, adjacent to the Van Nuys and Encino ...
No Food allowed in the Garden, Water ONLY Garden may briefly close if capacity is reached. Garden may close due to inclement weather please call ahead to check. CLOSED ON ALL CITY OF LOS ANGELES HOLIDAYS As a covered entity under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does ...
243 reviews of The Japanese Garden "One of the most beautiful serene relaxing hidden gems in Los Angeles. Having visited these beautiful gardens a dozen times, it completely puts you into another world where the hustle and bustle of Hollywood…
The Japanese Garden, Los Angeles: See 99 reviews, articles, and 224 photos of The Japanese Garden, ranked No.91 on TripAdvisor among 588 attractions in Los Angeles. ... 6100 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, CA 91406-6450 ..... This is a surprise to find in the valley area and highly recommend to go and visit.
Hayward Japanese Gardens, Hayward: See 78 reviews, articles, and 58 photos of Hayward Japanese Gardens, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 21 attractions in ... Castro Valley. “Tranquil, lovely hidden gem”. We learned about the garden from article about suburban gems in the SF Chronicle. This place is... read more.
See 133 photos and 14 tips from 695 visitors to Japanese Gardens. "$3 admission fee. The garden is 3 in one. Very peaceful and beautiful and worth..."
Jul 30, 2007 ... Photo by Henry David for LAist.com. The 6.5-acre Japanese Garden in Van Nuys is open 5 days a week. It was opened to the public in 1984 and has since served as an ideal place of rest and meditation. It is conveniently located close to the 405 freeway in the Valley -- we encourage you to take a visit.
Activities at Japanese Garden in Van Nuys Authentic 6.5-acre Japanese Garden created by Dr. Koichi Kawana to provide beauty, relaxation, inspiration and a better understanding of Japanese culture using reclaimed water.