Isamu Taniguchi Japanese Garden Volunteer Workday

Join us for JASGA's 11th, annual Community Service and Friends of Taniguchi Japanese Garden on Saturday, June 27 from 9:30am to 11:30am for our workday in Isamu Taniguchi Japanese Garden at Zilker Botanical Garden. We need your help to keep Austin's authentic, beautiful Japanese garden clean and lively for our bright summer!

Wear closed toed shoes, comfortable clothing, a sunhat and sunscreen and bring a water bottle. Small tools and disposable work gloves are available for all voluntees. 

Please park in the overflow parking lot entering in through the Rose Gate at 2236 Stratford Drive. The overflow parking lot is directly across from the rose gate entrance.  The volunteers enter through the gate, walk up the road directly on the path through the Rose Garden and are then in the Taniguchi Japanese Garden by the Lotus pond.  Let the admission attendant know you are here to JASGA volunteer! 

Let's meet at Ten-Wa-Jin (天和人:Heaven-Harmony-People) teahouse in front of the Lotus Pond in the Taniguchi Japanese Garden.
For all students, you will receive two volunteer credits from us (JASGA) and ZBG.   Please bring the volunteer credit paper provided by your school. 
Thank you and see you all at Taniguchi Japanese Garden on Saturday, June 27th @10:00am (tetative)!  We will issue the event newsletter when it is surely open the Taniguchi garden.
Last year, our Japan Fall Festival (Aki Matsuri) celebrated Isamu Tanuguch Japanese Garden 50 years at Zilker Botanical Garden!
"Opened to the public in 1969, the Garden was built by Isamu Taniguchi when he was seventy years old. Working without a salary or a contract, Mr. Taniguchi spent 18 months transforming 3 acres of rugged caliche hillside into a peaceful garden. As is often done in Japan, the ponds were designed in the shape of a word or ideogram. In this case, the ponds in the first half of the garden spell out the word "AUSTIN", reflecting the fact that these gardens were constructed as a gift to the city. The remains of the Mother Tree, which inspired Mr. Taniguchi to complete his building of the garden, overlooks the pond." (
September 26th, 2020 9:30 AM
Taniguchi Japanese Garden
2220 Barton Springs Road
Austin, TX 78746
United States
Phone: 512-656-4731

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