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Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmi Pass to insert in the garden. Since the construction of the garden was originally envisioned to require three years, the execution required a number of revisions and changes in design throughout the garden.

Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmi Pass to insert in the garden. Since the construction of the garden was originally envisioned to require three years, the execution required a number of revisions and changes in design throughout the garden.

Life is beginning to emerge in gardens. A wonderful to visit the garden in the early spring as the morning sun warmed the turtles.   Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmie Pass to insert in the garden.

Life is beginning to emerge in gardens. A wonderful to visit the garden in the early spring as the morning sun warmed the turtles. Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmie Pass to insert in the garden.

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959  Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E-  https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959 Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E- https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959  Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E-  https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959 Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E- https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959  Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E-  https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959 Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E- https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

Life is beginning to emerge in gardens. A wonderful to visit the garden in the early spring as the morning sun warmed the turtles.   Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmie Pass to insert in the garden.

Life is beginning to emerge in gardens. A wonderful to visit the garden in the early spring as the morning sun warmed the turtles. Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmie Pass to insert in the garden.

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959  Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E-  https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959 Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E- https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

Another one from #shugakuinrikyu, November 2012  #autumn #foliage #kyoto #紅葉狩り #日本 #京都 #修学離宮 #神御茶屋

Another one from #shugakuinrikyu, November 2012 #autumn #foliage #kyoto #紅葉狩り #日本 #京都 #修学離宮 #神御茶屋

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum, and by 1937, officials agreed that the Arboretum needed a Japanese Garden.  It wasn't until 1957 that The Arboretum Foundation began raising funds for the creation of the Japanese Garden. The Foundation asked Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project.

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum, and by 1937, officials agreed that the Arboretum needed a Japanese Garden. It wasn't until 1957 that The Arboretum Foundation began raising funds for the creation of the Japanese Garden. The Foundation asked Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project.

Life is beginning to emerge in gardens. A wonderful to visit the garden in the early spring as the morning sun warmed the turtles.   Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmie Pass to insert in the garden.

Life is beginning to emerge in gardens. A wonderful to visit the garden in the early spring as the morning sun warmed the turtles. Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmie Pass to insert in the garden.

Japanese garden in the rain - Yahoo Image Search Results

Japanese garden in the rain - Yahoo Image Search Results

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In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959  Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E-  https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959 Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E- https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmi Pass to insert in the garden. Since the construction of the garden was originally envisioned to require three years, the execution required a number of revisions and changes in design throughout the garden.

Seattle Japanese Garden construction began in March 1960 and was completed on an accelerated schedule within four months. Juki Iida personally scouted and selected 580 large granite rocks (some of them boulders) from the nearby Snoqualmi Pass to insert in the garden. Since the construction of the garden was originally envisioned to require three years, the execution required a number of revisions and changes in design throughout the garden.

Japanese Gardens by gamaree, via Flickr

Discovered the Japanese Gardens in Queens Park, Ipswich. Unfortunately, no reprieve from the rain. Promised myself I will return one day.

Japanese garden in the rain - Yahoo Image Search Results

Japanese garden in the rain - Yahoo Image Search Results

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