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Kubota Garden is a 20-acre American-Japanese garden that was the vision of Japanese immigrant Fujitaro Kubota when he purchased the first 5-acres of logged off swampland in 1927. The garden grew to 20-acres and was developed concurrent with Kubota's...more
It's a lovely garden and worth a visit. My only suggestions would be to add more signs as it's easy to get lost, and it would be nice if there were signs to identify the plant species. Tip: There are warnings in the parking lot...More
I can't say that I have found a more beautiful park in Seattle. The various main features are all well designed. The trails are perfectly kept, wide and obvious, with side trails filled in as well trimmed tunnels at times to make for a truly...More
My husband and I took our baby girl here yesterday on our way to the airport after spending a week vacation in WA. Our locked car was broken into (window smashed) while we were visiting the garden. Our bags were stolen along with almost of...More
This garden was beautiful. However, you could get lost in this garden. The map they give you didn't seem accurate and having small signs would have helped. I won't go back to this garden. Seeing it once is enough.
Easy to travel to, this wonderful spot transports you outside of the bustling city and into a beautifully sculptured park. Bring a book to sit and read or simply stroll through this immaculate garden. Wonderful cards for sale at the gate. A very leisurely stroll...More
One of the best Japanese Gardens I’ve seen and we’ve been to many. Go into the depth of the garden to explore, don’t stop at the entrance area or one area. Perfectly maintained for a free entrance park. Just hope that visitors appreciate it more....More
There were signs warning of car theft and burglary. Suspicious-looking young men lounged around in the parking lot. We did not feel safe.
The garden itself (actually more like a park) was nice. It was a little difficult to navigate within this confusing set of...More