Fujisawa 森 Zen Garden

This is the zen gravel garden area, surrounded by the
Zen Garden flag with red and gold icon circle and happiness character in black and silver.
A photo of the Open Hours and phone number.
A raked circle with a metal toothed rake.
These are two moss balls and the Masters selection of Watercolours Calendar by Christine M Andersen

Fujisawa 森 Zen Garden

Florilegia House, 68 Meade St, Glen Innes, New South Wales 2370

0402 526 701



A country zen garden in the highlands of NSW. Graced by 10 tall pine trees, 'forest', this garden is designed to represent the islands and sea of Japan. Newly established, the pristine white quartz pebbles are raked into calm patterns of the sea, swirls and circles. Surrounded by Japanese floral plants, camelias, azalias, bamboo, conifers, maples, cherry blossoms. With lush emerald green grassy areas, come and relax, meditate and rake the gravel. Celebrate the Japanese annual festivals, with cultural activities organises such as origami, green tea, calligraphy, obon dancing, watercolour art, language lessons and the taste of Japan. Activities range in price from AUD5-35 per item. The white quartz garden is 7 x 7 metres in size with the remaining garden area 20 x 20m in size. Bird life comes to visit the tall pines, four native caged birds are on site to delight your children. Complimentary tea, coffee, green tea are available, Japanese miso soup, ramen, rice crackers and sweets are available for purchase. Health measures in place. You are able to hire the facility for a private hour of meditation AUD35 or dry gravel zen garden raking AUD25. Make a kokedama hanging moss ball plant, a bonsai AUD50+ or book a private / small group watercolour art workshop. The host Christine welcomes you warmly into the delights of Fujisawa Mori Zen Garden, Irrashaimase!

Facilities found here

Coach Parking, Family Friendly, Food and Refreshments, Lawn / Gardens, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shop / Gift Shop,

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.