Open10:00 - 17:00 (admissions close 16:30)
ClosedTuesdays (open when holidays fall on Tuesday, closed the following day in this event)
The business days/hours are subject to change in order to prevent the spread of infection by COVID-19, the new coronavirus. Please refer to the official website for details.
Established amongst the natural beauty of the Meiji-no-Mori Minoh Quasi-National Park in 1953, the Insect Museum is a 15-minute walk up the "takimichi" waterfall path from Hankyu Minoh Station. Visitors will see familiar, local insects at the Minoh Park Insect Museum, as well as a varied selection of bugs you may never have seen before—beautiful bugs, cool bugs, strange bugs, and more. In the butterfly garden, visitors can enjoy the year-round sight of fluttering tropical butterflies that would normally only be found in Okinawa or on the islands off of Kyushu. On Sundays and holidays, the Insect Museum hosts insect petting zoo events (irregularly) that have proven to be popular with families. Continue up the waterfall path for another 30 minutes from the Insect Museum, and you'll arrive at Minoh Waterfall, famous for its beautiful greenery and autumn leaves.
Location〒 562-0002 1-18 Minokoen, Mino-shi, Osaka
Directions15-minute walk from Mino Station on the Hankyu Mino Line
PriceAdults ¥280 (large groups ¥200), middle school students and under free
*Group prices apply to groups of 30 paying guests or more