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Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix



Tuesday to Sunday

9 AM - 4 PM

Last admission 30 minutes prior to closing

Address: 1125 N. 3rd Avenue, Phoenix, Az 85003

Phone​: (602) 274-8700


Adults: $10 / $12 at gate

Seniors: $8 / $10 at gate

Students: $7 / $9 at gate

Military: $7 / $9 at gate

Youth (ages 7-17): $7 / $9 at gate

Children (ages 0-6): Free

Advanced admission purchased online is strongly encouraged, admission sold at the gate is subject to availability and increased rates.

Please note, General Admission is not available for purchase during events or exhibits.


Best of Phoenix Winner

"Best Oasis in the Desert" via Phoenix NewTimes Readers' Poll.

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A Beautiful, Serene, Japanese Garden

Within the Heart of Downtown Phoenix

Upcoming Events

Take a look at what exciting cultural experiences are coming to The Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix!

Art & Sake - Prelude Celebration

Immerse yourself in an evening of traditional Japanese culture, featuring Chieko Kojima, a traditional Japanese taiko drummer, dancer, and distinguished member of Kodo. In collaboration with Arizona Matsuri's 40th Anniversary, this event serves as an exhilarating Prelude Celebration, bringing together Phoenix's vibrant Taiko Community for a culturally enriching experience. 

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Annual Bonsai & Pottery Exhibit

This exhibit highlights the beauty of Bonsai, with special showcases and displays from the many members of Phoenix Bonsai Society.

Shop one-of-a-kind pieces from local pottery artists and learn about the craftsmanship and technique from the artists themselves! (Rescheduled to March 2nd)

Even more events and workshops are available on our Events and Workshops page.


Create Your Perfect Backdrop

Use the Garden for a picturesque photoshoot or elopement.

The Garden currently does not allow any photoshoots or any other special events during general admission strolling hours.

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A Guide To Explore
The Living Art of Rohoen 

Learn about the Japanese Friendship Garden's design concepts, history, and more!

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Expand Your Garden Knowledge

Expand your knowledge of Japanese Garden design, concepts, construction, and Japanese history and culture by exploring articles on our Keijiban.


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