Portland Japanese Garden Gift StorePortland Japanese Garden MainGift Shop Home
Search  for 
EventsEvents CalendarContact PageLogin
Events
Select the event you would like to buy tickets for.
Event Type:  Month: 
Pre-Purchased Adult Admission
While Open

General admission provides access to the Portland Japanese Garden's eight unique Garden spaces, new Cultural Village, and the Umami Cafe. When offered, public tours and exhibitions are also included. Some special events require additional tickets and/or reservations. Pre-Purchased e-Tickets are provided via a link in your order confirmation and must be displayed at the Admission Gate on day of visit. e-Tickets are valid for one year from date of purchase. Groups of ten or more adults are eligible for discounted admission to the Garden. Please contact our Tour Coordinator at tours@japanesegarden.org or 503-223-9233.
Pre-Purchased Senior (65+) Admission
While Open

General admission provides access to the Portland Japanese Garden's eight unique Garden spaces, new Cultural Village, and the Umami Cafe. When offered, public tours and exhibitions are also included. Some special events require additional tickets and/or reservations. Pre-Purchased e-Tickets are provided via a link in your order confirmation and must be displayed at the Admission Gate on day of visit. e-Tickets are valid for one year from date of purchase. Groups of ten or more adults are eligible for discounted admission to the Garden. Please contact our Tour Coordinator at tours@japanesegarden.org or 503-223-9233.
Pre-Purchased Student Admission
While Open

General admission provides access to the Portland Japanese Garden's eight unique Garden spaces, new Cultural Village, and the Umami Cafe. When offered, public tours and exhibitions are also included. Some special events require additional tickets and/or reservations. Pre-Purchased e-Tickets are provided via a link in your order confirmation and must be displayed at the Admission Gate on day of visit. e-Tickets are valid for one year from date of purchase. Groups of ten or more adults are eligible for discounted admission to the Garden. Please contact our Tour Coordinator at tours@japanesegarden.org or 503-223-9233.
Pre-Purchased Youth (6-17) Admission
While Open

General admission provides access to the Portland Japanese Garden's eight unique Garden spaces, new Cultural Village, and the Umami Cafe. When offered, public tours and exhibitions are also included. Some special events require additional tickets and/or reservations. Pre-Purchased e-Tickets are provided via a link in your order confirmation and must be displayed at the Admission Gate on day of visit. e-Tickets are valid for one year from date of purchase. Groups of ten or more adults are eligible for discounted admission to the Garden. Please contact our Tour Coordinator at tours@japanesegarden.org or 503-223-9233.
Twilight Hours for Patron and Steward Members ( Portland Japanese Garden)
On 7/13/2017

We are excited to invite our Patron and Steward Members to join us for live music, catered appetizers, and beverages donated by our sponsors Sapporo Beer, Joto Sake, and Torii Mor Winery & Vineyard. Reserve your complimentary tickets today.
Kabuki on Stage: A Solo Performance ( Portland Japanese Garden)
On 7/29/2017

Kabuki actor Nakamura Umemaru makes his US debut in Tenaraiko, one of the most beloved dances in the Kabuki repertoire. Each night’s performance begins with the actor arriving on stage without full make-up and costuming and we watch as he faces the audience, assisted by costume change artist and Kabuki actor Nakamura Umeno, and applies the make-up, elaborate wig and costume that transforms him into a lovely young maiden. The dance is one of the most famous in the Kabuki repertoire and involves an almost magical costume transformation called hikinuki that is performed on stage in front of an often awestruck audience.
Kabuki on Stage: A Solo Performance 7-29 Preferred ( Portland Japanese Garden)
On 7/29/2017

A limited number of preferred seats (first two rows) for this same performance is available for purchase by Golden Crane Society Members. Kabuki actor Nakamura Umemaru makes his US debut in Tenaraiko, one of the most beloved dances in the Kabuki repertoire. Each night’s performance begins with the actor arriving on stage without full make-up and costuming and we watch as he faces the audience, assisted by costume change artist and Kabuki actor Nakamura Umeno, and applies the make-up, elaborate wig and costume that transforms him into a lovely young maiden. The dance is one of the most famous in the Kabuki repertoire and involves an almost magical costume transformation called hikinuki that is performed on stage in front of an often awestruck audience.
Kabuki on Stage: A Solo Performance 7-30 Preferred ( Portland Japanese Garden)
On 7/30/2017

A limited number of preferred seats (first two rows) for this same performance is available for purchase by Golden Crane Society Members. Kabuki actor Nakamura Umemaru makes his US debut in Tenaraiko, one of the most beloved dances in the Kabuki repertoire. Each night’s performance begins with the actor arriving on stage without full make-up and costuming and we watch as he faces the audience, assisted by costume change artist and Kabuki actor Nakamura Umeno, and applies the make-up, elaborate wig and costume that transforms him into a lovely young maiden. The dance is one of the most famous in the Kabuki repertoire and involves an almost magical costume transformation called hikinuki that is performed on stage in front of an often awestruck audience.
Marc P. Keane: Seeing Through A Designer's Eye ( Portland Japanese Garden)
On 8/26/2017

Marc P. Keane is a landscape architect and renowned author of multiple books on Japanese garden design and history, including the newly-published "Japanese Garden Notes: A Visual Guide to Elements and Design." He lived and worked in Kyoto, Japan for 18 years, and his garden design work includes private residences, company grounds, and temple gardens, as well as a park in Tokushima and a historic district in Nagano. This event is a co-presentation of the Japanese Garden Training Center, the Asian Art Council, and the Oregon East Asia Network of the University of Oregon Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. PLEASE NOTE: This lecture will be held at the Portland Art Museum in the Fields Ballroom. Doors will open at 2:15pm.

Contact us and HelpLoginPrivacy PolicyFrequently Asked QuestionsTAM Terms of ServiceContact Us