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Japanese Garden drum bridge from Teahouse IslandSeiwa-en, the Japanese Garden, is a place of "pure, clear harmony and peace." Since 1977, Seiwa-en has immersed visitors in the aesthetics of an authentic Japanese Garden, showcased global botanical diversity, and increased appreciation for the influence of plants on culture. It remains one of the most popular destinations within the Missouri Botanical Garden.

Seiwa-en reopened from a significant restoration in May 2014. The landscape was unchanged, but many support structures and systems had been restored and enhanced. This restoration was only possible because of the affection and generous support of our Garden for the World campaign donors.

The Japanese Garden will undergo a second phase of restoration in the coming years. Please make a gift to support the operating needs of one of the largest, oldest, and most authentic Japanese gardens in North America.

Gifts to support the ongoing operation of the Japanese Garden at the Missouri Botanical Garden are fully tax-deductible.

 
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