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April 28, 2014

Japanese stonemasons will help build new Kubota Garden pavilion

  • The father-and-son team will teach a workshop in August to train people to build a stone wall for the overlook.
  • Images courtesy of Kubota Garden Foundation [enlarge]
    The pavilion will have a glass roof system and metal roof shingles.

    Weddings are already a revenue generator for Kubota Garden, a lushly landscaped, 20-acre Japanese garden in Seattle's Rainier Beach neighborhood. Last year 58 events were booked at the garden — mostly weddings — and they brought in $6,650, according to Seattle Parks and Recreation.


     
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