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2023 Autumn Public Tea Gatherings at the Seattle Japanese Garden

The Seattle Japanese Garden opened in 1960 to symbolize friendship between the U.S. and Japan. The garden is well known in North America for its natural beauty, especially during autumn.

There are a lot of activities during the Maple Festival in October, and the Seattle Special District conducted the autumn public tea gatherings for two days and six seatings in the tearoom. The tea gatherings were booked solidly for all seatings in advance. Participants watched the demonstration on the terrace and enjoyed sweets from Japan and a bowl of matcha in the tearoom.




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