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Architectural Digest Pro on Refashioning Beauty

Architectural Digest Pro features the current Art in the Garden exhibition, Noritaka Tatehana: Refashioning Beauty. The exhibition opened on October 5 and is on display through December 1, 2019. Read the full article here: https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/the-renowned-craftsman-behind-lady-gagas-famous-shoes-opens-a-garden-set-exhibition            

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Alaska Beyond: A Pacificwide Friendship

Alaska Beyond highlights the Garden, the recent cultural expansion and the upcoming art exhibition, Noritaka Tatehana: Refashioning Beauty. The exhibition will be open from October 5 – December 1, 2019. Find this Portland Japanese Garden spotlight on pages 128-129.

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Yahoo Finance: 50 Affordable Trips to Take After You Turn 50

19. Portland, Ore. Daily Cost: $123 Airfare: $176 Hotel: $67 One of America’s best big cities for budget travel, Portland is the shining star of the Pacific Northwest. Must-see attractions include quirky bookstores, crafts markets and the local coffee and doughnut shops, where you can get a true taste of the region. Once you’ve filled your belly, the International

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The Oregonian Highlights Portland’s Japan Connection

We’re overjoyed to see Portland Japanese Garden appear in this recent article in the Oregonian on Aug. 3rd. The hand carved wood power boards commissioned from Ainu and Northwestern native artists for the recent Forest of Dreams exhibition, located until recently at the Garden Overlook, are scheduled to be rededicated at their new home at

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Kyoto Journal Highlights Found in Translation: Teaching the art of the Japanese Garden by Kristin Faurest

Kyoto Journal recently published a piece about the Garden’s International Japanese Garden Training Center written by Kristin Faurest, the Training Center’s Director. The Center was developed to share with individuals outside of Japan the skills, knowledge, techniques and philosophies that have resided mainly in the hands and hearts of Japanese gardeners for centuries. Read more