The Japanese Friendship Garden (JFG) hassafely reopened to the public in June 2020. And it has received well-deserved recognition with museum status by the Association of Museums. Except for 1 section the paths are all now one-way and masks are required.
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What is the Japanese Friendship Garden?
The Japanese Friendship Garden (JFG) is an expression of friendship between San Diego and its sister city, Yokohama. It illustrates two cultures and creates an immersive experience into Japanese culture.
What is the Japanese garden of San Diego?
It is an expression of friendship between the city and its sister city, Yokohama. JFG is also known as San-Kei-En (Three Scene Garden) with its design based on the original principles of a Japanese garden while incorporating the elements of San Diego鈥檚 landscape and climate.
How much does it cost to visit the Japanese Friendship Garden?
In Balboa Park right next to the Organ Pavilion is the Japanese Friendship Garden. It has both an upper garden and a lower garden that you can stroll through. The entrance fee is $12 per person and you can stay as long as you wish.
Can You sponsor a koi fish at the Japanese Friendship Garden?
Sponsor a koi fish at the Japanese Friendship Garden! Gift yourself or a loved one a JFG Koi Sponsor Package. Your $30 sponsorship will help support one koi fish for six months. YES – you get to name your koi and will receive a photo and bi-monthly updates from your fostered fish!