Tea House in the Japanese Bonsai Garden in Ferch

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The tea house is located in the middle of the garden. Sip tea on the sun terrace overlooking the Zen garden or on one of the invigorating spots close to the tea garden. The Teehaus holds up to 18 people inside. Our range of teas includes speciality teas and organic teas from the world's best growing regions, as well as pastries from Japan and various cakes – baked according to the tea house’s own recipes.
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  • Pond inside the Japanese bonsai garden Ferch, Foto: Japanischer Bonsaigarten Ferch
  • Japanese bonsai garden Ferch, Foto: Japanischer Bonsaigarten Ferch
  • Blooming azaleas in the Japanese bonsai garden , Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt
  • Blooming azaleas in the Japanese bonsai garden, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt
  • Pond with koi in the Japanese bonsai garden Ferch, Foto: Schwielowsee Tourismus/Spaak, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt
  • Teahouse terrace with a view of the Zen garden, Foto: Japanischer Bonsaigarten Ferch
"If you don't know what to do first, then have a cup of tea.” (Japanese proverb) 

The Japanese Bonsai Garden in Ferch is a horticultural work of art and, at the same time, the centre of Japanese art and culture in the state of Brandenburg.

As soon as visitors enter the garden, they come face to face with a world of colourful azaleas, Japanese maples and fine ornamental cherries. A sandy path winds through a slightly undulating mossy area around the naturally laid-out pond, which you can either walk around or cross on various stone bridges. Walking along the path you will come across trees up to 180 years old in bowls - bonsais. A gazebo with a sweeping roof stands at the edge of the pond. From here, visitors can admire the genuine Japanese carp, so-called koi carp, against the background of the impressive miniature trees.

The garden trees are impressively illuminated during the Lantern Festival when the nights get darker. Visitors are greeted by a sea of lights created by Japanese stone lanterns, handmade bamboo lamps and wooden lanterns. Dates and further information on the "Japanese Festival of Light" can be found on the company’s website.

Anyone who lives further away can order Japanese teas and teas from around the world as well as ceramic tea sets in the online shop run by the tea house in the Japanese Bonsai Garden.
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The tea house is located in the middle of the garden. Sip tea on the sun terrace overlooking the Zen garden or on one of the invigorating spots close to the tea garden. The Teehaus holds up to 18 people inside. Our range of teas includes speciality teas and organic teas from the world's best growing regions, as well as pastries from Japan and various cakes – baked according to the tea house’s own recipes.
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  • Pond inside the Japanese bonsai garden Ferch, Foto: Japanischer Bonsaigarten Ferch
  • Japanese bonsai garden Ferch, Foto: Japanischer Bonsaigarten Ferch
  • Blooming azaleas in the Japanese bonsai garden , Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt
  • Blooming azaleas in the Japanese bonsai garden, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt
  • Pond with koi in the Japanese bonsai garden Ferch, Foto: Schwielowsee Tourismus/Spaak, Foto: Kultur- und Tourismusamt
"If you don't know what to do first, then have a cup of tea.” (Japanese proverb) 

The Japanese Bonsai Garden in Ferch is a horticultural work of art and, at the same time, the centre of Japanese art and culture in the state of Brandenburg.

As soon as visitors enter the garden, they come face to face with a world of colourful azaleas, Japanese maples and fine ornamental cherries. A sandy path winds through a slightly undulating mossy area around the naturally laid-out pond, which you can either walk around or cross on various stone bridges. Walking along the path you will come across trees up to 180 years old in bowls - bonsais. A gazebo with a sweeping roof stands at the edge of the pond. From here, visitors can admire the genuine Japanese carp, so-called koi carp, against the background of the impressive miniature trees.

The garden trees are impressively illuminated during the Lantern Festival when the nights get darker. Visitors are greeted by a sea of lights created by Japanese stone lanterns, handmade bamboo lamps and wooden lanterns. Dates and further information on the "Japanese Festival of Light" can be found on the company’s website.

Anyone who lives further away can order Japanese teas and teas from around the world as well as ceramic tea sets in the online shop run by the tea house in the Japanese Bonsai Garden.
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Fercher Straße 61

14548 Schwielowsee, OT Ferch

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