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For Immediate Release: A Japanese Garden in Portland, Oregon Paves a Path to Peace Portland, Oregon: The world today is challenging peaceful coexistence, with each other and with the natural world. An organization in Portland, Oregon believes it can help. Portland Japanese Garden is proclaiming 2020 the Year of Peace by way of Nagasaki and

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Subtle but Significant: 2019 Garden Improvements in Review

From large projects to small, the gardening team at Portland Japanese Garden has had a busy year maintaining the life of the Garden with updates and additions. Many of the improvements this past year were major yet rarely noticed by visitors. Water Natural Garden Improvements “I would say that irrigation has been the biggest Garden

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Year of Peace

In 2020, Portland Japanese Garden will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and the deep friendship that has grown between Japan and the United States. At the same time, we acknowledge the atrocities of war. This year, Hiroshima and Nagasaki serve as symbols of the terrible costs of war, as

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The Garden Path Magazine – November/December 2019

Our November/December edition of The Garden Path ushers in the end of fall and the beginning of winter–a time for reflection, hope, and gratitude. In this edition, look back at the accomplishments and festivities of 2019, and ahead to what’s in store for 2020 which we will be celebrating, in observance of the 75th anniversary

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GRAY Press: Head Over Heels

We are overjoyed to share that the architecture, design, and cultural publication GRAY Press has featured our new exhibition Noritaka Tatehana : Refashioning Beauty, with background on the art displayed and quotes by the artist. Check out the full magazine here, and find the article on pages 64 – 66. “In a culture of mass-produced, easily