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Nitobe Memorial Garden

1895 Lower Mall
Vancouver, BC  V6T 1Z4

(604) 822-9666

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4.5 star rating
November 23, 2014

Very small Japanese garden.It is very quiet.Not really a destination in itself but a nice place to go for a stroll if you live or study in the area.It really couldn't be more relaxing. I don't understand everything about Japanese gardens but they have a nice brochure that explains all the elements.

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4.5 star rating
August 31, 2014

A decent garden but could be larger. Check out Portland's Japanese garden for a more extensive experience.

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4.5 star rating
nice quiet spot
May 27, 2014

Although it is small it is an oasis in the middle of the jungle. The garden is a nice quiet spot to visit. There is a pond in the middle with paths and bridges to wander about. Very peaceful.

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December 14, 2013

Welcome to Nitobe Memorial Garden, a traditional Japanese Tea and Stroll garden located at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada

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December 07, 2008

Professor Kannosuke Mori created this place in memory of Dr. Inazo Nitobe (1861-1933), an esteemed educator in Canada. The UBC garden opened in 1960, and was designed using the principles of Zen and Shintoism. Visitors leisurely stroll its curving paths counter-clockwise, as the garden progresses from beginning to growth and change to an ending. Japanese maples, flowering cherry, azaleas,... more

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