1510 N. First St., San Jose, CA, US, 95112

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  • Attractions

    »San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin

    This temple is a fabulous one to look at from the outside, as it is one of the only Japanese-styled buildings in the immediate area. There is a pond outside, and the temple is right around the corner from many fine Japanese restaurants. The central figure of the temple's altar is a traditionally ornate statue of the Buddha Amida, sculpted according to the Jodo Shinshu Nishi Hongwanji school of Buddhism. San Jose Buddhist Church offers flower-arranging classes (also known as ikebana), Japanese language classes and judo practice.

    640 North Fifth Street
    San Jose, CA 95112


    Japantown is near Downtown San Jose in the Jackson and Taylor neighborhood. An ethnic and authentic ambiance pervades this historic neighborhood. The rich cultural heritage is reflected in its beautiful and quaint specialty stores and gift shops, which are maintained and preserved by shopkeepers and residents alike. The famous Japantown Farmers Market, financial, legal and medical resources, martial arts courses, Japanese performing arts, schools and a number of restaurants like the Kazoo Japanese Restaurant, Minato Japanese Restaurant, and Okayama Restaurant are all located here. Visit Japantown to experience a slice of Japan in the Silicon Valley.

    Jackson Street
    San Jose, CA 95112

    »South Bay Historical Railroad Society

    The South Bay Historical Railroad Society houses the Edward Peterman Museum of Railroad History. Known as the oldest train station, this museum offers a library, artifact displays, large models of railroad layouts, and a boardroom. The boardroom is rented out and the museum is accessible to the public on Tuesdays and Saturdays at different timings. The society also takes care of the railroads and are responsible for the restoration and maintenance Santa Clara Railroad Depot and the Santa Clara Tower. A visit to the depot will give you insights into the railroad eras. 

    1005 Railroad Avenue
    Santa Clara, CA 95050

    »San Jose

    Take a cultural tour of San Jose's museums and art galleries that are a testimony to its rich cultural heritage. Many geographical and natural wonders are a part of this beautiful city, which is also the tenth-largest city of the United States. Art aficionados can enjoy art exhibitions, music, dance, theater and opera performances. The city is home to a host of modern architectural splendors.

    San Jose
    San Jose, CA 95101

    »Mission Gardens

    Nestled in the campus of Santa Clara University, the Mission Gardens is a tranquil haven that is steeped in history. From its purple wisteria gazebo and adobe wall to its olive trees and over 400 rose shrubs, everything dates back to the 1800s. It is also the site of the yearly Vintage Santa Clara Food and Wine Festival.

    820 Alviso Street
    Santa Clara, CA 95050

    »J. Lohr Winery

    J. Lohr winery is located minutes away from downtown San Jose, making it readily accessible from the city proper. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will guide you in tasting many of the award-winning wines. A free winery membership gets you a 25 percent discount on everything you buy, as well as 25 percent off two bottles shipped to you each month. It is a great side trip from downtown; stop by and taste the intensely scented chardonnay.

    1000 Lenzen Avenue
    San Jose, CA 95126

    »San Pedro Square

    Once you get past the grand arch of the San Pedro Square entrance, you will find yourself in the famous restaurant area of Downtown San Jose. Foodies will delight at this square which offers them a mind-boggling range of cuisines, cafe-bars and fine dining restaurants to choose from. People watching becomes a past time at cafes which offer sidewalk seating. Art galleries and theaters thrive in the downtown area and attract tourists and crowds every single day of the week.

    Santa Clara Street
    San Jose, CA 95113

    »Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

    Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is the oldest church in San Jose and has been designated a Historic City Landmark for its architecture. Architect John W. Hammond created the design for this church, which was built in 1861 in the Carpenter Gothic architectural style. It is rich in history and is a different type of religious establishment, as it is the Cathedral Church for the Episcopal Diocese of El Camino Real. It is also a Downtown parish church and includes both Catholic and Protestant traditions.

    81 North Second Street
    San Jose, CA 95113

    »Downtown San Jose

    San Jose served as California's first capital in 1850, but it wasn't until the 1980's that the downtown area began to resemble the bustling district it is today. It is home to numerous landmarks, including the San Jose Museum of Art, the Tech Museum of Innovation, the San Jose Repertory Theater, the De Anza Hotel, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph, and San Jose State University's campus. Downtown San Jose is generally considered to encompass the area north of Interstate 280 and east of Guadalupe Parkway. Most of the downtown area is covered by a public WiFi network, fitting for such a leading tech city. With a slew of restaurants, nightlife, entertainment and shopping options, Downtown San Jose is a must-visit part of this historic city. 

    S Second Street
    San Jose, CA 95113

    »Le Petit Trianon

    Le Petit Trianon was once a sprawling estate that was owned by Charles Baldwin and his family. Through the time, this property changed hands several times and after renovation it was restored to its former glory. The classic French architectural motifs that gained popularity in the 19th Century is what inspired the architecture of La Petit Trianon. Constructed in 1892, this historically-significant building is a part of the De Anza College Campus. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, it is now home to the California History Center.

    72 North 5th Street
    Cupertino, CA 95112

    »The Weaver's Gifts

    The Weaver's Gifts is part of the Guadalupe River Park & Gardens installed at Confluence point. It commemorates the era of the natives of Guadalupe and is mainly composed of four important elements. It has the names of the 54 tribal groups who moved to California inscribed on granite seat walls. A four feet high granite basket honors the creativity of the tribe and a five feet granite broken mortar (weaponry) symbolizes the broken tradition. An unfinished coiled stone basket that traces the history of the Ohlones through inscribed texts is also featured here. This ethnic artwork will appeal to those with an appreciation for art and to those with an interest in anthropology.

    West Santa Clara Street
    San Jose, CA 95110

    »SAP Center of San Jose

    Home the NHL team, San Jose Sharks, SAP Center is a huge event venue that began as San Jose Arena, when it was created in 1993. Although it's a popular sports venue, the multipurpose event venue is known for the awesome concerts it hosts. Whether it be an exciting hockey game or Grammy-winning artist performance, this 17,496 seat venue promises a good time. The multipurpose event space comes second to none when it comes to entertainment; artists like Eric Clapton, Cher, Lady Gaga often feature on SAP Center's calendar of events; while on the other hand, it showcases popular sports events such as Royal Rumble.

    525 West Santa Clara Street
    San Jose, CA 95113
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