Incredible Serenity: Must-Visit Japanese Gardens Across America

Japanese Tea Garden, San Francisco, California: Known for stunning architecture, it offers guided tours.

9. Seattle Japanese Garden, Washington: Designed by Juki Iida, features Japanese and native plants.

8. Portland Japanese Garden, Oregon: Offers eight garden styles, boasts Mt. Hood views.

7. Gibbs Gardens, Ball Ground, Georgia: The largest US Japanese garden, covers 376 acres.

6. Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, New York: Vibrant festivals, vibrant autumn colors, admission fee applicable.

5. Anderson Japanese Gardens, Rockford, Illinois: Features waterfalls, koi-filled ponds, hosts cultural events.

4. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri: A National Historic Landmark, impressive for over 160 years.

3. Morikami Museum And Japanese Gardens, Florida: Bonsai collection, traditional tea house, various garden styles.

2. Japanese Friendship Garden, Phoenix, Arizona: hosts Japanese holidays, perfect for photo sessions; admission fee applicable.

1. Elizabeth Hubert Malott Japanese Garden, Glencoe, Illinois: Stunning rock formations, pine trees, year-round appeal.