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Scheduling Office: (206) 684-4081

We strongly recommend that before you choose a park or facility, you visit the location you have in mind for your event.

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Kubota Garden

9817 55th Ave S

Hidden in southeast Seattle, Kubota Garden is a stunning 20-acre landscape that blends Japanese garden design with native Pacific Northwest plants. The City purchased the property in 1987 from the estate of master landscaper Fujito Kubota, a horticultural pioneer who began using Japanese design techniques and American materials in 1927. Set among spectacular hills and valleys, the garden is interlaced with streams, waterfalls, ponds, bridges, and rock outcroppings.

  • Maximum Occupancy: 150
  • Parking: Limited, on-site
  • Attendant required ($25 per hour, three hours minimum)
  • Ceremony Location in garden: Kubota Terrace
  • To schedule, call (206) 684-4081

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Updated August 15, 2007
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