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Japanese Tea Gardens

Botanical Gardens, Landmarks & Historical Buildings

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The Japanese Tea Garden has a glorious history of over 90 years,
from the time it was an operating
rock quarry to today, as one of the most loved, educational and cultural resources in San Antonio.

The quarry was shaped into a complex that included walkways, stone arch bridges, an island and a Japanese pavillion. The garden was termed the lily pond, and local residents donated bulbs to beautify the area. Exotic plants were provided by the City nursery and the City Public Service Company donated the lighting system. The pavillion was roofed with palm leaves from trees in City parks.

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