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Top Japanese Garden locations in New York, NY

Modern Townhouse in Brooklyn
  • $275/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (24)
  • 24
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
Outdoor Garden Event space in Jersey
  • $85/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • $300/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
VIP Speakeasy Venue
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
Midtown eco-wellness class/workshop/media studio
  • $88/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (9)
  • 9
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • New York, NY
Kung Fu Studio in New York City
  • $175/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within a day
  • New York, NY

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What people are saying about Japanese Garden on Giggster

Alina M.
$ 388
4 hours
15 people
8 months ago
Absolutely stunning place. Perfect for meditation or any spiritual workshop. Everything is new, stylish and has good energy. I highly recommend this place.
Radale L.
$ 485
5 hours
15 people
a year ago
Enensaauas is an excellent host, who was super accommodating to the constant shifts and changes in our production needs. I would definitely recommend her space to anyone! Thank you so much again for being a wonderful host!
Kimberly L.
$ 553
7 hours
15 people
a year ago
Enensaauas was THE BEST venue hostess I’ve ever encountered! She’s so organized, generous, and flexible, truly a pleasure to work with and the space is BEAUTIFUL! I kept hearing my event attendees raving about it! Not to mention the great energy she has infused into every corner. Thank you for a 5-star experience! I’ll definitely be back!
Richard P.
$ 200
4 hours
60 people
a year ago
Hosted a birthday party here - Chad, Sally and Team were super accommodating during the planning process and the night of the event. The space is great for a 50-100 person party. There are lots of different options on what you can do, but 5 stars all around!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Japanese Garden venues

Do I need my own production or event insurance in New York?
Yes. All renters are required to carry Comprehensive Liability and Property Damage insurance with liability coverage of no less than $1,000,000.
What protection plans are available for bookings in New York on Giggster?
Giggster offers Damage Protection coverage that you can add to a booking at checkout. Learn more about Giggster's Damage Protection coverage.
What types of locations can I book in New York?
You can choose from 42 types! Just search for locations in New York at, then click 'Filters' to look for something specific.
How many Japanese Garden locations are available in New York?
Right now, there are 703 Japanese Garden locations available in New York.
What payment methods does Giggster accept for New York bookings?
You can pay for your booking with a credit card, or with ACH or wire transfer for bookings over $4k.
What is the cancellation policy for New York guests on Giggster?
Refund options vary, based on when the booking is canceled. Learn more about Giggster's cancellation and refund policy.
What are the cleaning and safety policies for New York locations on Giggster?
Now more than ever, your health and safety is our number one priority. We've outlined specific health and safety requirements for both hosts and guests. Learn more about Giggster's COVID-19 Health & Safety Measures.
What locations available near New York?
You'll find up to 42 different types of locations in New York. Just start a search at and narrow things down with the 'Filter' option.
Is there an extra cost to add more attendees to my New York booking?
Yes. Pricing tiers are based on group size. For example, if you booked a space for a group of 1-5 for $30/hr, the price per person is $6/hr. Each additional person would increase the rate by $6/hr.
How much are average location rentals in New York?
Rental rates vary with the type and features of the location, but the average rate in New York is $196 per hour.
Why should I choose Giggster over other platforms offering rentals in New York?
Giggster's got your back — and we know our stuff. Our Customer Support team is knowledgeable and accessible, we offer white glove Select service to help you find the perfect location, and we're experts on the unique needs of production teams.
What is the price range for Japanese Garden locations in New York, NY?
Booking prices vary with the property type, features, and rental length, but generally a 1-hour booking will be in the range of $85 to $350.
Which Japanese Garden locations are most popular in New York, NY in 2024?
The top 3 Japanese Garden locations in New York, NY right now are Modern Townhouse in Brooklyn, Outdoor Garden Event space in Jersey and Baumhaus.
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About New York

New York City may be known as the concrete jungle, but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of green spaces to escape to. The city is home to several stunning Japanese gardens. The Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx features over 700 roses.

At the same time, Sakura Park in Manhattan offers views of the Hudson River and cherry blossom trees in bloom during springtime. Let's not forget about Brooklyn's own JJ Byrne Playground, which includes a charming mini-Japanese garden complete with koi ponds and stone lanterns.

Not only do attendees experience stunning Japanese gardens when they come to your event in New York, but they also get a sense of peace and culture shock amidst the bustling cityscape. With so many gorgeous locations available, who wouldn't want to host an event in New York?

Japanese Garden Options in New York

  • Photography
    Photographers have a few options for taking pictures at a Japanese garden event. One option is to have a traditional photographer take pictures of guests in kimonos with the gardens as the backdrop. Another option is to hire a specialist to photograph the event's intricate details.

  • Furniture Rental
    When hosting a Japanese garden event, it is vital to have the right furniture. A good option for furniture rental is to go with a company specializing in Japanese furniture. By doing this, we can be positive that the furniture configuration will mesh seamlessly with the event's central theme.

  • Musicians
    Many different types of Japanese music would be perfect for a garden event. Hiring a band or musician specializing in traditional Japanese music is a great option. This will give the event an authentic feel and create an unforgettable guest experience.

  • Catering
    Choosing the right catering company for a Japanese garden event is essential. A good option is to find a company specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine. With this, you can be confident that every dish at the party tastes incredible and is true to its roots.

Japanese Garden Vendors in New York

  • Gruber Photographers
    Their team was thrilled when they got to photograph a Japanese garden event for one of their clients. They took beautiful shots with passion and creativity that perfectly conveyed the tranquil ambiance. Their photographer's pictures of the event were magnificent, from the beautiful cherry blossoms to traditional Japanese architecture.

  • Around Town Entertainment
    Do you want to make your Japanese garden party more lively with some live music? Well, Around Town Entertainment is the company for you! We're a full-service entertainment company specializing in having live bands and orchestras play at parties and events. From corporate functions to private parties, our skilled musicians will work with you to ensure that your event has the perfect soundtrack.

  • Furniture Rental Associates
    Furniture Rental Associates always puts its customers first here at Furniture Rental Associates. So, if you're not happy with your rental experience, shoot us an email or give them a call, and they'll take care of it free of charge. FRA's comprehensive services extend to local and nationwide clients, so they've covered you no matter where you are.

Pros and Cons of Japanese Gardens in New York

While New York may not be the first place you think of when it comes to Japanese gardens, the city has several beautiful locations that offer a taste of Japanese culture and tranquility. Below you'll find the pros and cons of these locations:


  • Japanese gardens are typically very peaceful and serene, providing a perfect place to relax and de-stress.

  • They are often beautifully landscaped, with carefully placed rocks, trees, and plants creating a harmonious and visually pleasing environment.

  • Japanese gardens can be found in many locations across New York, so you're likely to find one close by.


  • Japanese gardens can be pretty small, so if you're looking for an ample space to explore, you may be disappointed.

  • Some people may find the lack of color in Japanese gardens dull or unappealing.

  • Japanese gardens can be expensive to maintain, so if you're considering creating one, be prepared to spend some money.

Tips on How to Organize Japanese Gardens in New York

Planning a Japanese garden event in New York can initially seem overwhelming, but it can be successful with careful planning.

  • Do the research: Examine the various Japanese gardens in the area and narrow down your options based on capacity and location.

  • Get the permits: Contact each location to inquire about hosting your event and discuss any necessary permits or fees.

  • Consider the event theme: Once you have chosen a venue, take advantage of its unique features by incorporating them into the event's activities and decorations.

  • Finally, consider hiring traditional Japanese entertainment, such as taiko drummers or koto players, adding an authentic touch to the occasion.

Famous Locations in New York

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    The Gay Liberation monument is a vital icon for the LGBTQ+ community. It not only pays tribute to the Stonewall riots but also to broader battles for fairness and approval across time. The statue lets queer people witness themselves represented in common areas to realize that their love and partnerships are worthy of praise and acknowledgment. This monument is significant to many people because it provides a physical embodiment of the queer community, which is often invisible in society.

  • Relics of the IRT 14th Street-Union Square Subway Local Platform
    Did you know that some of the original IRT 14th Street-Union Square stations can still be seen in the modern subway complex? From terracotta tiling to sections of masonry, these relics offer a glimpse into history. The most noticeable remains can be found on the mezzanine level, where six sections of tile wall featuring terracotta eagles and shields bearing the number 14 can still be seen. The next time you're commuting, take a second to notice the ancient stones which linger from the 1904 local train platform. Back in the day, this bustling station included two side platforms and two island platforms for both local and express trains.

  • Naval Cemetery Landscape
    The naval cemetery landscape at the Brooklyn Navy Yard has been restored to its original state and now serves as a peaceful refuge for visitors. The graveyard is full of headstones and flowers like hydrangeas and boxwoods, with old ships and buildings from the yard's past in view on the horizon. This space is imbued with a sense of history, giving visitors insight into how things once were. The cemetery not only memorializes those who served in and was treated at the naval hospital, but it also provides a much-needed break from the hecticness of the current navy yard industry.