Marijuana Near The Portland Japanese Garden
Near The Japanese Garden
The Green Planet-Beaverton
Number two out of the 300 traditional Japanese gardens outside Japan; the Portland Garden was opened to the public in 1967. Designed by Professor Takuma Tono, the park encompasses 5.5 acres of tranquil garden space following the traditional Japanese model of excellence. Located in the west hills area of the Washington park, in Portland, the garden is open to the public seven days a week, with the price of admission. Aiming to bring a piece of old world Japan to the United States, the gorgeous garden sees about 300,000 visitors a year. The area is a combination of five sub-gardens: The Strolling Pond Garden, The Natural Garden, The Sand and Stone Garden, The Flat Garden and The Tea Garden. For more information on tickets, events, and operating hours click here.
Cannabis Policy & Facts
Cannabis is forbidden and the possession or ingestion is considered highly disrespectful within the confines of the garden area. You would not be the first nor the last to consume cannabis on the property but we do not recommend this.
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