James Irvine Japanese Garden, is an unexpected haven within the exciting urban environs of Downtown Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo. Nestled on the grounds of the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center is Seiryu-en, or Garden of the Clear Stream. The Garden offers unparalleled natural beauty, setting the stage for a uniquely inspiring and idyllic ceremony.
As you exchange vows beside a 170 ft. stream that flows from a waterfall at the upper reaches of the garden, the gentle murmur of cascading water fills the air. Your guests will enjoy being a part of this memorable event as they witness your ceremony from various viewpoints throughout the Garden. Its Zen design creates an aura of intimacy and peacefulness making it possible for everyone to experience, more closely, the significance of the moment.
The Garden is an eco-friendly space utilizing water-saving irrigation methods and solar lighting. Be among the very first couples to exchange vows in the newly restored James Irvine Japanese Garden. Now booking for all of 2009 with most weekend dates available.
Juxtaposed against the urban landscape of Little Tokyo, the James Irvine Japanese Garden is the perfect alternative to the usual wedding venue. Choose from several facilities within the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center that include the Aratani Japan America Theatre, the George J. Doizaki Gallery, the Community Gallery and a large outdoor plaza, designed by Japanese-American artist, Isamu Noguchi. Reception space within the JACCC can accommodate parties of 50 - 700.
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