Japanese Gardens in San Mateo and netsuke-inspired poem

Adding yet another small gem to our collection of the places to visit on a weekend in San Francisco Bay area. It’s going to be a place of relaxation created with ancient art of landscaping in mind.
Japanese Garden is in the middle of the city of San Mateo, in its Central Park. It was designed by Nagao Sakurai, the landscape architect of the Imperial Palace of Tokyo.
The place was built in the nineteen sixties but the curious thing about gardens is that the older they are the more spectacular they became. It’s a great place to relax and take pictures of flowers, trees and garden sculptures, watch bright-colored fish.

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