Championing the Art, Craft and Heart 
of Japanese Gardens in USA and Canada

NAJGA Garden Finder
There are over 250 Japanese gardens in North America. We encounter them as havens of beauty and tranquility, as cultural and historic landscapes and places for natural healing.  Since 2011, the North American Japanese Garden Association (NAJGA) has been promoting the welfare of these gardens and the people who love and care for them through education and advocacy.

Find a Japanese garden
     near your Zip Code. 


Pruning Small Trees and Shrubs 

in the Japanese Tradition

Two days of in-depth workshops and lectures

 led by nationally recognized experts

October 22 to 23, 2015

Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Culberson Asiatic Arboretum

Durham, North Carolina


March 7 - 8, 2016

Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

Delray Beach, Florida


NAJGA is seeking 2016 conference presenters on topics that will explore how we understand, interpret and use Japanese gardens 

and their related philosophies to impact 

physical, mental and spiritual health

 for individuals and society.  

For full presentation guidelines, 

click HERE.

 Individual Presentations 

are based on a single, focused topic 

 and a maximum duration of 20 minutes. 

To view / download proposal form, 

click HERE

 Thematic Panels

feature three presentations 

based on a single panel theme 

and a maximum duration of 1 hour 

and 15 minutes. 

To view / download proposal form, 

click HERE

Special Sale:
NAJGA Journal

NAJGA Members - $10.00 
General Public- $15.00

Prices apply for a minimum  order of 10 copies. Orders below 10 copies are still available
 at the original price of $18.95 (US shipping) and $23.95 (International shipping). 

For orders, e-mail: info@najga.org 

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