Sakuya Konohana Kan 0

Exhibits approximately 15,000 specimens of about 5,500 plant species that grow in various climates all over the world. There are some rare flowers, such as blue poppies of the Himalayas.

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  • Open

    10:00 - 17:00 (admissions close 16:30)
  • Closed

    Mondays (Tuesdays when holidays fall on Monday), New Year holidays (December 28 - January 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.

Sakuya Konohana Kan is one of the biggest nature conservatories in Japan. Built as the main pavilion for Expo '90, it's made out of 5,000 glass panels that make the building itself look like a flower (a water lily). Inside are 15,000 plants of 5,500 different species, including such rare and precious varieties as the Blue Himalayan Poppy and the Victoria Lily of the southern hemisphere. This conservatory is a must-see for all flower and plant lovers, who can take in-depth tours around the entire facility in the company of expert guides―or participate in the special events and exhibits that go on throughout the year.

  • Location

    〒 538-0036 Hanahakukinenkoen Tsurumiryokuchi, 2-163 Ryokuchikoen,Tsurumi-ku, Osaka
  • Directions

    Roughly a 10-minute walk from Tsurumi-ryokuchi Station on the Osaka Metro Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line
    By car: Hanshin Expressway
    Roughly a 10-minute drive from the Morishoji exit ramp
    Roughly a 10-minute drive from the Kinki Expressway Kadoma and Daito-tsurumi interchanges
    Roughly a 10-minute drive from the Second Keihan Highway Kadoma interchange
  • Price

    Adults ¥500, students middle school age and under free
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