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Japanese Garden, Return of an Icon
After a year-long closure and a $6.8 million renovation, the historic Japanese Garden is set to reopen to the public on April 11, 2012, marking its centennial as one of the most beloved and iconic landscapes at The Huntington. Completed in 1912, it has attracted more than 20 million visitors since the institution opened to the public in 1928.The renovation project included the restoration of the Japanese House, a structure built in Japan around 1904. In these videos, members of the restoration team reflect on what the garden means to them.
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Toshie Mosher talks about what the Japanese Garden means to her—from the calm tranquility of the landscape to the blend of features conceived by artists and craftsmen. Toshie Mosher is a member of The Huntington’s Board of Overseers.
Published 03/29/12
Toshie Mosher talks about what the Japanese Garden means to her—from the calm tranquility of the landscape to the blend of features conceived by artists and craftsmen. Toshie Mosher is a member of The Huntington’s Board of Overseers.
Published 03/29/12
Laurie Sowd reflects on how The Huntington’s Japanese Garden has evolved over the last century to include three traditional types of Japanese gardens. Sowd is the Vice President for Operations at The Huntington.
Published 03/29/12
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