Thank you all for joining us for another magical evening of Moon Viewing at the Seattle Japanese Garden! Please enjoy some of the highlights from the evening as well as the selected winning haiku entries from this year's haiku contest.Read More
The sound of music changes how you perceive the garden. And there are some intriguing reasons why. Hear the Jazz trio led by Marco de Carvalho on July 12 perform at Garden Party: Festival in the Evening Sun and discover how when accompanied by beautiful sound, you magically see the garden with painting-like detail.Read More
Despite the afternoon starting with autumn like mist and breeze, our annual Moon Viewing on Saturday September 9th was another magical event.
An evening of music and dance performance, tea ceremonies, luminary lighting and haiku contest was enjoyed by over 300 guests this year.Read More
The experience of the garden is never the same twice. Come experience one artist's interpretation of a Japanese saying, ICHI-GO ICHI-E ("one time, one meeting") at a stunning digital art exhibit in the Tateuchi Community Room.Read More
O-tsukimi, Moon Viewing, takes place only once a year, and is happening on Saturday, August 29 at 7p.m.Read More
Despite the day starting with a steady drizzle, blue skies and more than 220 guests cheerfully appeared for the 2015 Garden Party on Friday, July 24.Read More
Loyal attendees call Seattle Japanese Garden's benefit event, The Garden Party, "the best kept secret in Seattle."Read More