This traditional Japanese garden was founded by Kiyoshi Ichimura in 1958. On a visit to Miami, Mr. Ichimura thought this particular strip of land would look stunning lined with cherry trees. Sadly, those can’t survive in Florida, so instead the area was populated with hundreds of orchid trees. Today it’s a cultural space dedicated to Japanese traditions, festivals and educational classes. Don't expect a sprawling park, though. The free, public space can be easily perused in minutes.
|Venue name:||Ichimura-Miami Japanese Garden||Contact:|
1101 MacArthur Causeway
|Cross street:||Parrot Jungle Trail|
|Opening hours:||Daily 9am–6pm|
|Transport:||Bus 113, 119|
|Do you own this business?|