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Kubota Gardens 8/28/2006

We do family pictures at Kubota Gardens almost every Fall..... It is absolutely gorgeous, very lush foliage, and very few crowds to interrupt..... You can check their website for details, but the story goes something like this. Kubota was a Japanese immigrant, and skilled gardener from Japan. He bought the 20 acre property in the South end to use, essentially, as a showpiece for his gardening skills and marketing piece for his business as a landscape designer. When he died, this acclaimed Japanese garden was donated to the City of Seattle and has been operated as a treasured city park since then. I think it is one of the best kept - too well kept - secrets in Seattle. (Personally, I think it is WAY better than the Japanese Gardens in the arboretum.) I think you may have to pay a small fee to have "professional" photos taken, but the money would go to the park and its upkeep. We always just have a family friend take our photos, so it isn't a big deal. more
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