The recommended botanical gardens in Osaka!

Are you looking for some nature or floral healing and refreshment? There are many distinctive botanical gardens in Osaka, such as one with a greenhouse and one where you can enjoy flowers of all four seasons, or one that exhibits rare plants. We will also provide information about admission fees and access.

Recommended Botanical Gardens in Osaka Prefecture

Osaka City Naniwa Botanical Garden








Osaka City Naniwa Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located in the northern part of Osaka City, exhibiting a variety of plants and flowers across its expansive grounds. Within the botanical garden, there are also spaces where you can feel nature, such as a forest path where you can enjoy the autumn leaves, and a lakeside plaza where you can enjoy the scenery of the lake. Regularly, the botanical garden hosts events themed around plants, so it is a place where both children and adults can enjoy. Admission is 200 yen, and the opening hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Address 1-23 Nagai Park, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture 546-0034
Phone Number 06-6696-7117
 Access (1) 10 minutes on foot from Nagaikoen Station on the Midosuji Subway Line, or get off at Tsurugaoi Station or Nagaikoen Station on the JR Hanwa Line
Fees Adults: 200 yen,
Elementary school students and below, and 65 years old and above who are residents of Osaka City: Free
Business Hours March - October: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm (entry until 4:30 pm) November - February: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm (entry until 4:00 pm)
Closed Days Mondays (if a public holiday, the next day), Year-end and New Year Holidays (December 28th - January 4th)
Official Website Osaka City Naniwa Botanical Garden

Sakuyako no Hanakan

Sakuyako no Hanakan, located in Tsurumi Ryokuchi Park in Osaka City, is Japan's largest greenhouse, where plants from various climate zones on Earth, from tropical to arid, high-altitude, and polar regions, are cultivated and displayed. It exhibits about 5,500 species and 15,000 plants. You can also enjoy seasonal flowers in the adjacent Tsurumi Ryokuchi Park.

Address 2-163 Ryokuchi Park, Tsurumi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture 538-0036
Phone Number 06-6912-0055
 Access 10 minutes on foot from Tsurumi Ryokuchi Station on the subway
Fees 500 yen
Business Hours 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (entry until 4:30 pm)
Closed Days Mondays (if a public holiday, the next day), Year-end and New Year Holidays (December 28th - January 4th)
Official Website Osaka's Botanical Garden - Sakuyako no Hanakan (

Osaka Prefectural Flower Culture Garden









Osaka Prefectural Flower Culture Garden is a comprehensive flower exhibition facility located in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture. The flower culture garden is equipped with facilities for cultivating flowers all over Japan, and offers experiences such as flower harvesting and flower cultivation. There are also natural and lush gardens within the garden, where you can enjoy flowers in full bloom.
The garden, which boasts three times the size of Kōshi-en, has walking paths and, at the entrance gate, a large flower bed decorated with seasonal flowers such as roses, peonies, plums, and hydrangeas. The pyramid-shaped "Greenhouse" modeled after a flower bud has an impressive collection of approximately 480 species and 5,300 plants, including Western perennials and tropical flowers and rare plants from around the world.

Address 2292-1 Takamukai, Kawachinagano-shi, Osaka 586-0036
Phone Number 0721-63-8739
 Access Take the Nankai Kōya Line or Kintetsu Nagano Line to Kawachinagano Station, then take a car for 12 minutes (3.5km).
Fees February-November: 550 yen / December-January: 340 yen
Business Hours March-September: 9:30-17:00 / October-November: 10:00-17:00 / December-January: 10:00-16:00 / February: 10:00-17:0
Closed Days Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a holiday) *Closed December 28th - January 4th
Official Website Osaka Prefectural Flower Culture Park (

Izumi Recycling Environment Park









Izumi Recycling Environmental Park is a urban recycling park with a total area of approximately 3,700㎡ in Izumi City. The park has recycle experience facilities, recycle experience farms, nature experience areas, etc., where you can enjoy nature or experience recycling. There is also a water play area where children can enjoy the water, providing a safe and enjoyable environment for children to enjoy nature.
Originally an industrial waste disposal site, the site has been developed into a park where you can enjoy flowers in all four seasons.

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Address 407-15 Nohana-cho, Izumi-shi, Osaka 594-1116
Phone Number 0725-55-6969
 Access Take the Nankai Main Line to Namba Station, then the Kintetsu Izumi Chuo Line to Izumi Chuo Station, then take the Nankai Bus to Nohana and walk for about 15 minutes.
Fees Free
Business Hours 8:00-17:00
Closed Days Mondays and New Year's holidays
Official Website Izumi Recycling Environmental Park | Dinsgr Group (

Sakai City Urban Greening Center










The Sakai City Urban Greening Center is a facility where people of all ages can experience and learn about flowers and greenery to promote a town full of flowers and greenery. It is a botanical garden with a history of 30 years since its opening in April 1986. Nearby are the World Heritage Site listed Emperor Nintoku Mausoleum and Emperor Rakuho Mausoleum, so it's a good place to visit.

Address: Tel: Access: Fee: FreeHours: Closed: Official Website:

Address 1-4-3 Higashi Ueno Shibacho, Sakai-shi, Osaka 590-0803
Phone Number (072) 247-0310
 Access Get off at Momozono Station (about 750m)
Fees Free
Business Hours 9:30am - 5:00pm (admission until 4:30pm)
Closed Days Mondays and December 29th - January 3rd
Official Website Sakai City Urban Greening Center (

The May Mountain Green City Botanical Garden





The May Mountain Green City Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located at the foot of May Mountain, with the aim of creating a "Flower Town, Green Town, Ikeda". The garden features a greenhouse, where seasonal flowers can be seen blooming throughout the year, and rare flowers can also be seen. There are also gardens of azaleas, fragrant trees and fruit trees. In addition to workshops such as a flower design class, the garden regularly holds nature observation tours guided by instructors, and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, they also offer gardening advice.

Address 5-2-5 Goyama, Ikeda City, Osaka Prefecture, 563-0029
Phone Number 072-752-7081
 Access By taxi from Ikeda Station on the Hankyu Takarazuka Line, it takes 15 minutes.
Fees Free
Business Hours 9:00 to 17:00,
 the gardening consultation is from 13:00 to 16:00.
Closed Days Tuesdays (or the following weekday if it is a public holiday) and from December 29th to January 3rd.
Official Website

Shirokita iris garden




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The May Mountain Green City Botanical Garden was founded in 1964, making it the first rotating iris garden in Kansai. On a site of approximately 1.3 hectares, about 13,000 iris plants of about 250 varieties bloom brightly. During the seasons of cherry blossoms, hanashobu, and hydrangea, many people from far and wide come to visit the garden, even from outside Osaka.

Address 3-29-1 Ikenoe, Asahi-ku, Osaka City, 535-0004
Phone Number 06-6696-7117
 Access take the city bus from Moriguchi Garage Mae ("Moriguchi Shako Mae") from JR Osaka Station, Tenmabashi Station on the Osaka Metro/Keihan Line, or Tanimachi Station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line.
Fees 200 yen for adults
Business Hours late May to mid-June (subject to change), and the opening hours are from 9:30am to 5:00pm (entrance until 4:30pm)
Closed Days
Official Website

Osaka City University Botanical Garden










Osaka City University Botanical Garden is a research facility affiliated with the Faculty of Science at Osaka City University, but it is also open to the public for a fee. It is located in the Katano city, far from the university campus in Osaka City. There are many popular plants such as plum, camellia, and cherry blossom, as well as many rare plants that can only be seen at this research facility.

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Address 2000 Shiichi, Kouno-shi, Osaka-fu 576-0004
Phone Number 072-891-2059
 Access 6 minutes' walk from Kouno Station on the Keihan Kouno Line, 20 minutes' walk from Kawachi Ikuno Station on the JR Gakken Toshi Line
Fees Adults 350 yen; Free for elementary school students and younger
Business Hours 9:30am to 4:30pm (entrance until 4:00pm)
Closed Days Mondays (except public holidays) and from December 28 to January 4
Official Website Osaka City University Affiliated Botanical Garden (

Nakanoshima Park Rose Garden





The Rose Garden is located in Nakanoshima Park, which is surrounded by Tosabori River and Dojima River. About 4,000 roses color the park and the best viewing time is from early May to early June, and from late October to mid November. At the end of the year, the park is lit up and attracts many visitors. Nearby, retro buildings such as the Osaka Central Public Hall and the Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library are lined up and the scenery has been selected as one of the "100 selections of Osaka Midori".

Address 1-24 Nakanoshima, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0048
Phone Number 06-6281-9015
 Access 2 minutes' walk from Nakanoshima Park Station (Exit 1) on the Osaka City Subway Tanimachi Line
Fees Free
Business Hours None
Closed Days None
Official Website Osaka City Nakanoshima Park (

Osaka Castle Momoyama Garden









Opened in March 1999, Osaka Castle Momoyama Garden in Osaka Castle Park has the largest number of peach trees in Osaka with about 200 trees of 12 varieties. The best viewing time is from mid March to mid April. The main attraction is the "Momoyama Slope", where peach trees are planted and it looks as if the trees are climbing up the mountain.

Address Osaka-jo, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Phone Number
 Access 3 minutes' walk from Osaka-jo Kitazume
Fees Free
Business Hours Mid to late March
Closed Days None
Official Website