The Japanese Village (now the Japanese Tea Garden) was created for the 1894 California Midwinter International Exposition. Makoto Hagiwara was the landscape designer and he maintained the garden for the remainder of his life.
Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park. The Tea House is at the center of the image with the angular roof. There is a fence running along the path, and a bench in front of it with plants on top. There is a sculpture at the right and trees in the background.
Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park. The teahouse is at the center of the image. Two women lean on the railing of the tea house. There are trees and other plants throughout, and a small body of water at the left.