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A place to relax

My wife and I went to this garden after visiting the Bishop Museum and before we went to Pearl... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2018
Howard S
Albany, New York
Impressive trees

The monkey pod trees are incredibly impressive-- lots of shade! I was also surprised at the number... read more

Reviewed 14 November 2017
Anchorage, Alaska
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Reviewed 7 May 2018

My wife and I went to this garden after visiting the Bishop Museum and before we went to Pearl Harbor. It is a private garden sponsored by Hitachi, that is know for its monkey pod trees. It is a good place to relax.

Thank Howard S
Reviewed 2 May 2018

We visited this place to get away from Waikiki noises and to relax for a day since my family likes flowers and nature. We saw some locals doing meditation and some Asian people doing Tai Chi I believe this is called. The place has a...More

Thank bryanmantezoni
Reviewed 28 February 2018

If you are a fan of giant tall trees and a garden lover this place is perfect for you. It is peaceful and quiet . You can have a calm meditation in this garden.

Thank AikenJoshAndrew
Reviewed 26 February 2018

This is a beautiful little park with some of the most majestic and beautiful trees I have ever seen. It wasn't too crowded when I went and it was very peaceful to walk around and stand under the trees and take pictures. There is a...More

Thank ChiGirl1074
Reviewed 23 February 2018

people should take a walk by the sea side and going up to volcano Diamond head it is really nice ! Als, you will have feeling for Magnum ;)

Thank MayaYogaSavic
Reviewed 15 February 2018

Mother Nature at her best. Lots of huge trees in addition to this one which is used in an area excavating advertisement, I believe. One park I recommend visiting.

Thank dianna m
Reviewed 7 December 2017

We watched the Keiki hula contest. (Keiki means children or shoots of a plant.) Easily reached by bus as is EVERYTHING on Oahu--City and County of Honolulu. Tourist bus passes are cheap, buses are new, run on natural gas, CLEAN, and have Wi-Fi. #1 bus...More

Thank Helen E
Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

The monkey pod trees are incredibly impressive-- lots of shade! I was also surprised at the number and variety of fruit trees. Lots of ducks and birds. There is really not much else to see. The two structures which are supposed to be historical, are...More

Thank BLM-AK
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Such a beautiful and tranquil place. We had a few hours to kill before our flight and just went for a walk in the park. Stunning trees and immaculate grounds.

Thank Glenn P
Reviewed 4 October 2017

A wonderful place for a quiet outdoor lunch and to wander the extensive ground which will inspire you with aloha. The great attraction for Japanese is the well known Hitachi monkeypod tree, but lesser known is the Kamehameha V cottage, the koe pond, and the...More

Thank Eugene M T
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