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Awaji Yumebutai, Awaji

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Observation Deck
An absolute must for modern architecture buffs, Awaji Yumebutai showcases flowers of the region amid a network of huge concrete gardens. A resort and conference center surrounded by a rich natural environment, the complex was built in the wake of the 1995 earthquake. Enjoy the visual contrast between the lush greenery and the grey concrete, all set against the blue background of the sea. Concrete, water, and green areas are masterfully interwoven into an artificial mountain in this huge project by architect Tadao Ando. The complex also houses one of the largest indoor botanical gardens in Japan. Public bus services from Kansai International Airport provide easy access to the site. Take a look at our Awaji tourist route planner to schedule your visit to Awaji Yumebutai and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Coming back to Hiroshima from Osaka at the beginning of Golden Week here in Japan I wanted to go somewhere nice, but not so crowded and since we had never been to Awaji we decided to give it a shot. T...  more »
  • I haven't been to a garden in a long time. I was unaware of the extent Japan held high regard for nature. Being inside that conservatory, that huge complex filled with flowers, trees, and sunlight, it...  more »
  • Was driving to Tokushima from Osaka and decided to do a quick stop here... We got here late at around 8 - 9 pm so the museum and garden were closed and only one restaurant was still open... yet we enj...  more »
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  • because it is designed by Ando Tadao.. and has beautiful surrounding.
  • Nice place to visit, very overlap space.
  • Great architecture and the park is just refreshing.
  • Amazing
  • Romantic place