Oakland Tribune: Bay Area Japanese gardens designed with serenity in mind

Kay Grant writes about the Japanese Gardens in the San Francisco Bay Area.

We admire rose gardens for their nobility, love wildflowers for their devil-may-care attitude and applaud well-manicured formal grounds. But Japanese gardens are something special. Enter one and immediately you feel a sense of order and balance. Japanese gardens don’t just happen. They are designed, executed and maintained to create beautiful and serene results. There are several in the Bay Area, each with its own personality.

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