The Seattle Japanese Garden is located in the Washington Park Arboretum and is open to the public for a small fee. For the garden's complete history, please check out this link.
This Japanese Garden is much different than its counterpart I visited earlier in the day (Kubota Garden).
Early May was the perfect time to go as the Rhododendrons, Azaleas and the Wisteria were in full bloom. A truly spectacular sight.
I was too busy snapping pictures of the scenery to worry about what the plants were, but a detailed plant list is available at the garden's website.
Be sure to get some fish food for $1 at the Admissions Counter. It's fun to feed the fish and turtles.
Enjoy my stroll through this garden.
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