Architecture in Fort Worth

Fort Worth Japanese Garden

3220 Botanic Garden Drive - 1976


The Japanese Garden was designed from 7 acres within the Botanic Gardens site.  The area was once a gravel pit and the garden utilizes the feature and also uses some of the stone and vegetation that was present.  A serpentine path guides visitors to each area within the garden.  The garden was designed by Kingsley Wu and it opened in 1976.  The Main Gate was designed by Fort Worth Architect Albert S. Komatsu & Associates.

Fort Worth Japanese Garden Website