Japanese Tea Gardens in San Antonio

3853 N Saint Marys St (btwn Tuleta Dr & Alvin St)

Japanese Tea Gardens

The Japanese Tea Gardens, also known as the Sunken Gardens, is a peaceful oasis located in the heart of San Antonio, Texas. Originally a quarry in the early 20th century, the gardens were transformed into a lush Japanese-inspired landscape in the 1920s, complete with a pagoda, bridges, and a koi pond. The gardens were renamed the Japanese Tea Gardens in the 1960s and have since become a popular destination for tourists in San Antonio, offering a tranquil retreat from the city's hustle and bustle. In addition to its natural beauty, the gardens also feature a tea house serving traditional Japanese tea and snacks, as well as a gift shop selling souvenirs and Japanese-inspired items. With its stunning scenery and cultural offerings, the Japanese Tea Gardens is a must-visit location for tourists in San Antonio.

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