Moon Viewing at Seattle Japanese Garden
For one enchanting evening a year, the Seattle Japanese Garden is magically lit up with lanterns, luminaries, and floating boats on the pond welcoming the arrival of the full moon in Japanese tradition.
Traditional Japanese dances by Fujima Fujimine Dance Ensemble.
Instrumental music on the shakuhachi and koto by James Jennings, Marcia Takamura, and Chigusa Kitai.
Evocative movement art by Kogut Butoh.
Poetry of the night sky and a haiku writing contest by Haiku Northwest.
Enjoy a special view of the moon with telescopes provided by Seattle Astronomical Society.
Experience a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony at the Shoseian Teahouse, led by Tankokai. There will be three sessions throughout the evening. Seating is limited--additional ticket charge applies.
Gates open at 6:00pm.
Rain policy: a limited version of the program will be delivered in case of incliment weather. Tea ceremonies will be held as schedule.
Refund policy: sorry, there will be no refunds.
Seattle Japanese Garden
1075 Lake Washington Blvd. East
Seattle, WA 98112
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|