Statues & Windchimes Arrive

The Japanese Garden in Cornwall provides an authentic Japanese
garden design in an idyllic Cornish setting. Built as a meditative garden it is the perfect space where one can calm the mind & let go of unwanted stress through contemplation & reflection.


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After a long wait we have finally had our statue delivery and we are pleased to see lots of lovely items arrive.

Pagodas, buddhas, dragons and lots of animals were in the delivery and we are now finding places for them all to go in our nursery.

This year has thrown some new and unexpected challenges our way with availability of stock being very limited from many of our suppliers and massive delays in getting stock that we usually buy in on a regular basis.

Its always lovely when a long awaited delivery arrives and our nursery fills up with new things (or favourite things are finally replenished).

We have also had a delivery of Woodstock wind chimes arrive making our gift shop display the tuneful, colourful array it usually is once again!

Thank you everyone for your understanding and patience in awaiting our deliveries this year – its been another very unusual time for our business but thanks to you all we have been able to adapt and ultimately survive this surreal season.

Just a reminder that if we are visiting our Shop and Nursery there is no need to pre-book your visit – Booking is only required for Garden visits.

The booking system has been very successful at spreading out visitors during this season which has allowed us to keep the garden and shop a safe place to visit – never getting to crowded at any one time.

Although the system has proven to be a lot of admin work for myself and my team of shop staff; we wanted to allow everyone to visit with the security that they would feel safe whilst visiting and although we hope to remove the booking system for neat season (2022) we are going to see what happens during the winter with restrictions and Covid case numbers before we make a final decision about keeping or getting rid of the booking system.

Check out a few pictures I shot today of our new arrives – pictured below-