Japanese Tea Garden Pagoda at Golden Gate park was originally part of the Pan Pacific Exposition. One of the craftsmen of the Japanese village, Makoto Hagiwara, helped design the Japanese village, and later he became responsible for the majority of the Japanese Tea Garden. Hagiwara and his family became residents of one of the buildings in the garden, living within Golden Gate Park at the time.
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