Experience the Garden from Afar
Virtual Tours & 360 Views of Our Garden Spaces
A garden is a place that can open our hearts, unfold our emotions, clear our minds, and bring a sense of peace. Portland Japanese Garden awaits you.
Portland Mayor, Ted Wheeler, joined virtually with the Mayor of Hiroshima and the Mayor of Nagasaki for a traditional Japanese tea ceremony as a way to symbolize how the culture and art of Japanese tea can unify people and bridge different cultures.
From our Curator, “I’ve selected videos of Japanese gardens, Zen Meditation, and more. Many thanks to our partners for allowing us to share these exclusive videos!” Read more, here.
Take a walk through the Garden on a glorious spring day.
“The Garden speaks to all the senses, not just to the mind alone.” – Professor Takuma Tono, Portland Japanese Garden designer
Let your senses guide you into another world.
A tranquil view of Heavenly Falls in the rain at Portland Japanese Garden. Filmed by Travel Oregon in the winter of 2018.
Origami has made a resurgence in popularity while many of us are staying at home. Its focus on careful, repetitive motions can be a meditative experience.
In partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies, Portland Japanese Garden now offers another way to access and experience the organization for those near and far. We’re excited to share that we are now on Bloomberg Connects, a free mobile app that offers access to more than 250 museums and other cultural organizations! Our guide allows you to immerse in our garden spaces, our history, and our programmatic offerings from near and far.