OpenMarch - October 9:30 - 17:00 (admissions close 16:30)
November - February 9:30 - 16:30 (admissions close 16:00)
ClosedMondays (closed the following day when holidays fall on Monday), New Year holidays (12/28 - 1/4)
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.
An 800-meter walk from the Nagai Station of the JR Hanwa Line or the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line. Nagai Botanical Garden takes up 24.2 hectares of the southeast corner of Nagai Park. Different flowers can be enjoyed every season, such as peony, daffodil and tulip during spring; water lily, silk flower and crape myrtle during summer; kenaf, cosmea and bush clover during autumn; and Japanese plum, sasanqua and Christmas rose in the winter. There are also approximately 1,000 species of trees where various wild birds gather. These tree species of Osaka are organized chronologically into forests of the times based on representative species: metasequoia, said to be a living fossil, and sequoia, known as giant trees (Tertiary plants); plants of Akashi when Stegodon aurorae (ancient elephants) were still living; old-growth forests of Osaka from 10,000 to 2 million years ago (glacial and interglacial periods); evergreen broadleaf forest; and second-growth forest. Within the garden is the Osaka Museum of Natural History, where communication with nature and relationship between human and plants are explained in an easy-to-understand manner. There are also explanation and observation tours of seasonal plants, guided by the curator of the plant lab.
Location〒 546-0034 1-23 Nagaikoen, Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka
Directions10-minute walk from Nagai Station on the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line
10-minute walk from Nagai Station or Tsurugaoka Station on the JR Hanwa Line
PriceAdults ¥200, middle school students and under free
Average Time60 min.