United States and Japan constructed the Garden of the Phoenix as a symbol of their friendship and as a permanent location for tourists to learn about Japan.
The garden is free to the public and open daily from dawn to night.
RoHoEn is a 3.5-acre genuine Japanese Stroll Garden including a tea garden and a tea shop. This serene and gorgeous setting includes over 1,500 tons of hand-picked rock, stone footbridges, lanterns, and over 50 plant kinds.
General: $14 | Student: $12* | Senior (65+): $12* | Military: $12* Admission tickets purchased online do not have a specified expiration date.
We have found that thirty minutes to an hour will allow you to see the entire Garden at a comfortable, slow pace.
Portrait photography is not allowed in the Garden. Anyone who is not a Garden Member and uses a tripod will be charged $10.00/person.
In the Garden, pets are not allowed. However, service dogs are allowed. There isn't much shade in the parking area, so leaving your pets in the car or outside the Garden is risky.
Yes, there is free parking available for visitors to the Garden.
Except for water, outside food and drink are not allowed in the Garden.