Kubota Garden was built over a 60-year period by Fujitaro Kubota, a Japanese immigrant to the U.S. The garden is now owned by the City of Seattle and maintained as a public park. We try to stop there whenever we are in the Seattle area.
The garden is a maze of pathways, bridges and trails. Many of the smaller trails are almost hidden by the dense vegetation.
Click here to see a few more pictures from our visit to Kubota Garden while in Seattle in September of 2012.
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- Frank B. Baiamonte
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