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Kubota Gardens — 10 Comments

  1. Hi Marta, these gardens and your photos of them are just so beautiful. I love in that first photo how the red in the trees seem to match with the red bridge. The fall colors are really pretty.

    Thanks so much for sharing the beautiful Kubota Gardens with us. Have a good day today!

  2. Lovely photos-Japanese gardens have always been my favorite. I think the feeling of serenity and simplicity evoke strong connected feelings for me. Kubota is beautiful; would love to visit some day. In Hawaii there is the Byoto-In Temple and although not plentiful gardens, the backdrop of the mountains in the Valley of Temples and it’s always my first trip when visiting…. Thanks for sharing your photos of this colorful garden.

  3. memehune – I do agree with you. The serenity is wonderful.

    And thanks for mentioning Byoto-In Temple on Oahu. We are heading to Oahu in December and we will be staying not far from the Temple. It is high on our list of places to see. We will definitely make certain we visit it.

  4. The first thing I thought of was the Byodo-In Temple when I read this post. It is so close to where you will be staying.

    By the way, I have not added restaurant recommendations to the ST thread because I am not very familiar with most places to eat on the Windward side of the island. If you plan to eat dinner in town and like Greek, there is a great little place (very casual) by the Kahala Mall but it is only open at night.

    I do hope we get to meet. Unless the furlough problem is solved, I will have Fridays off (as well as Sat & Sun).

  5. Marta thank you for this information. We are very interested in the various japanese gardens in the U.S. as my maternal grandfather helped to design the Japanese sunken gardens in San Antonio Texas. It is where my mothers family lived and worked up until the war. These gardens are wonderful and hopefully they can be maintained for future generations to enjoy.

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