Where do I park?
Free parking is available in the Museum parking lot. If that is full on the days of the festival, street parking is available. Please read the City signs to confirm that your parking is legal. The police will ticket illegally parked vehicles. Additionally, we enjoy a good relationship with our neighbors, so we ask that you park with consideration of the home owners in the neighborhood. Please do not block any driveway.
How much does is cost to get into the Garden?
The Japanese Garden was a gift from our Sister City of Kanazawa and is maintained by Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy. It is a public garden. Entry is free.
What are the Hours of the Garden?
The Japanese Garden is open during daylight hours.
Do I need Tickets for the festival?
The majority of the events at the festival are free. The Buffalo History Museum waives the price of admission during the weekend festival.
Where can I find a schedule?
Which Vendors will be at the Festival?
A limited number of vendor spaces are available at the festival. We look for vendors who can benefit from the Japan, music and gardening focus of the festival. Typically, they have a connection to Japan, Cherry Blossoms or Gardening.
Which Food Trucks will be at the Festival?
Saturday, May 4
Sunday, May 5