Golden Gate Park’s Japanese Tea Garden officially reopened Wednesday at a limited capacity.

The garden, which has previously accommodated up to 1,000 visitors on a busy day, will only allow 100 guests at a time Wednesdays through Sundays, and will require visitors to follow a one way path. This is the second Recreations and Parks attraction to reopen after the shutdown in March, and it’s following the lead of the San Francisco Botanical Garden, which re-opened over a month ago.

Japanese Tea Garden reopens to visitors

The entrance of the Japanese Tea Garden was marked with signage Wednesday to promote social distancing. (David Sjostedt/Special to the S.F. Examiner)

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