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Established in the year 1930, The Garden of the Phoenix is also sometimes referred to as the Osaka Garden that is nestled in Jackson’s Park. The garden was built to honor the long-standing relationship between Japan and the USA and is an epitome of a Japanese Garden. Visitors can visit the garden during springtime, which is the onset of the blooming of cherry trees.
This Japanese tradition is known as Hanami that lasts for a period of 6 to 10 days. The garden also features a koi pond, American plantings as well as unique Japanese Plants. With an impeccable garden setting, it intends to provide a tranquil place for leisure walks and meditation to its visitors.
Address: : 6300 South Cornell Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637
Open Hours: : 6.00 AM to 11.00 PM
Distance from Chicago: : 7.6 Miles
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