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    • About Japanese Gardens – Directory with pictures, links and articles on Japanese garden landscaping, plants, and materials.
    • Anderson Japanese Gardens – Acclaimed public garden on 14 acres in Rockford, Illinois. History, photo gallery, and visitor information.
    • Building my Zen Garden – Personal narrative of a Canadian’s efforts to build a Japanese garden. Chapters from a book subsequently published.
    • Cowra Japanese Garden – Pleasure garden in New South Wales, Australia, with a strolling garden, water features, stone garden, and teahouse. Information about visiting, events, and group travel.
    • Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden – On the campus of California State University, Long Beach. History, online tour with descriptions and photographs, and information about membership, events, and education.
    • The Fort Worth Botanic Garden: Japanese Garden – Page with richly colored photographs of the 7-acre Japanese garden contained within the botanic garden.
    • Fujiyama Japanese Garden – This garden in Northern Ireland consists of a dry garden, a tea garden, a stroll garden, and a water and rock garden. Virtual tour, information about the history and many of the plants, features, and ornaments.
    • George’s Japanese Garden – Private Japanese garden and ponds, with lots of photos, DIY projects and information on koi.
    • Hakone Gardens – Japanese gardens built in 1918 in Saratoga, California. Includes koi pond, Zen and tea gardens, and a bamboo park. Photo gallery, visitor information.
    • Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego – Information and pictures covering the design, botanical collection, exhibits, events, and history of this garden located in Balboa Park.
    • The Japanese Garden – Located in Portland, Oregon, this garden’s areas include a strolling pond garden, a tea garden, and a sand and stone garden. Description and photos, and information about visiting and events.
    • Japanese Garden Database – A non-profit, educational web site that seeks to provide information on a selection of outstanding examples of garden art found in Japan while juxtaposing a diversity of media related to them.
    • The Japanese Garden Suiho En – This garden of water and fragrance in California is fashioned after 18th and 19th century stroll gardens. It incorporates a dry garden, a wet garden with promenade, and an authentic tea ceremony garden. Includes descriptions, information, and photos.
    • Japanese Gardens – Course materials by Elizabeth Kim from Columbia University, covering aesthetic and philosophical concerns, plus the various elements which may be included. Bibliography.
    • Japanese gardens for North Americans – Nicely illustrated informational pages covering various aspects of creating a Japanese garden. Directory of Japanese gardens in North America.
    • Marc Peter Keane – A licensed landscape architect, garden designer, writer, and artist who has lived in Kyoto, Japan for the past 15 years. Portfolio of garden designs.
    • Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens – The gardens at this Japanese cultural center in Delray Beach (Florida) include a paradise garden, various styles of rock and Zen gardens, and a garden in a modern romantic tradition, as well as a bonsai exhibit.
    • Roth Journal of Japanese Gardening – Information about general content and subscriptions for this bi-monthly journal.
    • Seiwa-en – The largest Japanese garden in North America (14 acres), located in the Missouri Botanical Garden of St. Louis. Garden tour driven by Zen-inspired graphics.
    • Shinzen Japanese Garden – Located in Fresno, California’s Woodward Park, lists hours, admission and maps, with separate sections for each season of the year.
    • Shofuso Japanese House and Garden – Authentic 17th century style Japanese house and garden with koi pond located in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park. Includes an events calendar and membership information.
    • Teien – Provides information on different styles of Japanese lanterns, and do-it-yourself projects for lanterns, rain chains and sand rakes.
    • Tim’s Japanese Garden – Visit a private Japanese style garden as it evolves in a backyard. Includes a page of links to Japanese garden resources.