About the Garden
Welcome to Kizuna Garden. Kizuna means bond or link in Japanese, and this garden links Pocatello with the world and especially her Sister City, Iwamizawa.
Passing by the gazebo, you access the stepping stone path adjacent to the bubbling stone symbolic of the springs which form the heart of many streams.
Pocatello Airport Japenese Rock Garden Rock Descriptions By Bryce Anderson, Geologist of the Bureau of Land Management Pocatello Field Office.
Japanese Garden Plant Listing for the Pocatello, ID Municipal Airport by Cindy L. Marshall, Certified Master Gardener.
The Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), the nation's oldest and largest Asian-American civil rights organization.
Welcome to Kizuna Garden. Kizuna means bond or link in Japanese, and this garden links Pocatello with the world and especially her Sister City, Iwamizawa. The garden serves as a public space where anyone is free to take a rest or contemplate the various plants and art in the garden. It represents our common human desire to enjoy our surroundings and reflect upon the beauty we see around us. Enjoy your journey through this magical place.