San Francisco's Japanese Tea Garden, a three acre garden contained within Golden Gate Park, was originally built as part of the California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894.
Many of its original features are still part of the garden, though through the years there have been enhancements to the garden that have shaped it into what it is today.
The oldest public Japanese garden in the United States, it's a complex of paths, ponds, and a tea house along with plants and trees shaped and arranged in a Japanese style.
The garden contains sculptures and structures influenced by Buddhist and Shinto religious beliefs, as well as many elements of water and rocks to create a calming landscape.
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