Open10:00 - 22:00 (varies by location)
The Taiko-en consists of a sprawling facility of roughly 250,000 square feet opened in 1959, made up of a luxurious restaurant, an immaculately-tended garden, and more. Originally, it was the "Amishima Estate" built along the Okawa (former Yodogawa) river around 1908 by one Denzaburo Fujita, a preeminent financier of the time. It is now home to rooms of all sizes that see use as banquet and exhibit halls. In particularly, the refined "Yodogawa-tei" restaurant allows visitors to savor authentic, refined Japanese cuisine from a charming view of the garden. The Taiko-en garden is a promenade garden made using stones, lanterns, towers, and other elements from across the nation. It is known for its beautifully shifting features that change with the season. In recent years, visitors may see fireflies in May and June. Bordering on the Fujita Museum and Old Fujita House Garden, it also allows visitors to enjoy both history and culture.
Location〒 534-0026 9-10 Amijimacho, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka
Directions1-minute walk from exit 3 of Osakajo-kitazume Station on the JR Tozai Line
5-minute walk from exit 2 of Kyobashi Station on the Subway Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line
7-minute walk from the Katamachi exit of Kyobashi Station on the Keihan Railway
PriceVaries by location