Awaji Greenhouse


Awaji Greenhouse, which reopened in September 2021 at Awaji Yumebutai, is one of the largest greenhouses in Japan and was designed by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando. With the renewal, Mr. Junichi Inada became the director of the pavilion, and a new symbol, the "Garden Castle," was introduced. The museum is divided into five themes, allowing visitors to enjoy the multifaceted appeal of plants. It is especially recommended for gardeners and flower lovers, who can also relax in the museum's café after a stroll. This greenhouse is a new tourist attraction that combines the beauty of plants and architecture.

Overview of Awaji Greenhouse

NameAwaji Greenhouse
Address4 Yumebutai, Awaji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Official WEB
Opening hours10:00-18:00 (last admission at 17:30)
Closed2nd Thursday in July and November
AdmissionAdults 750 yen, seniors 70 and over 370 yen, high school students and younger free
ParkingGrand Nikko Awaji underground parking lot
Parking feeUsage fee: 600 yen per day (free if you use the souvenir store or restaurant at Yumebutai)
AccessBy car: Kobe-Awaji Naruto Expressway ⇒ Awaji IC ⇒ Tanoshiro intersection ⇒ Route 28 toward Sumoto and Tokushima ⇒ Yumebutai-mae intersection
Public Transportation: JR Sannomiya Station ⇒ Highway bus bound for Higashiura BT ⇒ Get off at Awaji Yumebutai-mae bus stop. 10 min. walk.