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History of the Japanese Tea Garden (203-237)

Mon, Apr 21, 7:00pm

Learn about the history of Golden Gate Park's Japanese Tea Garden with a garden tour by the great grandson of the creator of the garden, Makoto Hagiwara. Erik S. Hagiwara-Nagata will give a guided tour and lecture on the history of the Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, the oldest Japanese style garden built in the USA. There will be featured photographs from the family album of the pre-World War II Tea Garden while the family resided there and a personal talk highlighting the garden's history and changes up to the present. One topic of the lecture is the introduction of the Fortune Cookie, which was originated and introduced there.

Instructor Erik Hagiwara-Nagata
Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO Free to Cal Hort and SFBGS members. Others $5 
Notes Mon, Apr 21, 7:00pm  
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ADMISSION   FREE for Members, SF Residents (with proof of residency) & School Groups | $7 Non-residents | Discounts for Seniors & Children

LOCATED In Golden Gate Park, with entrances at the corner of Ninth Ave. at Lincoln Way (Main Gate) & at MLK Jr. Drive off the Music
Concourse (Friend/North Gate) | Phone: (415) 661-1316 | Mail: 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122-2370

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