Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce
140 NE 1st Street,
Delray Beach, FL 33444

Phone: 561-278-0424
The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens is owned and operated by Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation and is supported by The Morikami, Inc., a non-profit arm with the mission to provide authentic Japanese cultural experiences that entertain, educate and inspire.
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Looking for something tea-riffic to do today? 🍵 View our tea demonstration at either 12pm, 1:30pm or 3pm. ($5 with paid museum admission)

🐋 Here today, Sayaka Ganz tomorrow. Our pop-up exhibition, “Sayaka Ganz: Reclaimed Creations,” is now on view, today through March 31, 2019. Pictured- “Uta” made from reclaimed blue, white and translucent plastic ware, powder coated aluminum, wire and cable ties. 📸: Sayaka Ganz, Artist

"If you're a bird, I'm a bird." 💕 Happy Valentine's Day from the Morikami.

This “Love” Tea Tin is posi-TEA-vely adorable! 💕 Receive one of these tins with any purchase of $30 or more, in our Museum Store on Valentine’s Day.

We're calmly waiting for your visit, Miami. Thanks for the great article, Miami Herald!

We're calmly waiting for your visit, Miami. Thanks for the great article, Miami Herald!

The Clerodendrum quadriloculare, or starburst bush, is probably our most asked about plant. It's native to New Guinea and the Philippines. But it seems to find our Florida winters most enjoyable, since that's when it can be found blooming in our gardens.

On January 23, we were fortunate to have master craftsman and potter, Ohi Chozaemon XI, speak about the lineage of his family's craft. For more info on his visit click the link here: http://bit.ly/2WPpu5L

Playing peekaboo with the weekend 👘 👀 📷: @kev_mija_photography

Check out this awesome, Edo-style Starbucks in Japan ☕️⛩

Check out this awesome, Edo-style Starbucks in Japan ☕️⛩

Save the date! Our pop-up exhibition 🍴Sayaka Ganz: Reclaimed Creations🍴 is opening February 15th. Utilizing reclaimed plastic objects such as discarded utensils, artist Sayaka Ganz creates breath taking, life-like scupltures that, at first glance, appear visibly unified like the brush strokes of a painting. For more info click the link here: http://bit.ly/2StsVQd

This watercolor painting of the Yamato-kan by @cardamompirate is sure to get you through those Monday blues... greens, and maybe yellows.

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