The Kochi Prefectural Makino Botanical Garden, Kochi
(4.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Learn about drawing and pressing flowers at The Kochi Prefectural Makino Botanical Garden. Opened in 1958, the botanical garden stores thousands of plants of various species. The whole complex is divided into several types of gardens, including one on medicinal plants. Visit a few of the complex's museum halls, which contain information about the botanical garden and its founder, Dr. Makino Tomitaro. Have a picnic in one of the parks, infused with the sweet smell of flowers, or exploring scents another way in one of the aromatherapy classrooms. Arrange your visit to The Kochi Prefectural Makino Botanical Garden and discover more family-friendly attractions in Kochi using our Kochi vacation route planner.
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  • Kochi trip day 2, unfortunately came here because of the rain. So I just wrote Dr. Makino plant exhibitions to devour! Contemporary botanical art genre there is or was also moved by the picture like oozing love for Dr. Makino different plants. Had little time, so little here (Dr. Makino plant exhibitions), but still there is a lot of attractions and want to drop again. Again felt Japan's natural beauty and richness, and exhibited many of conventional Botanic Gardens than Japan's unique plant life. This is the botanical gardens representing Japan. It is great.
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  • Compact in the greenhouse was very well maintained and spectacular. It was a long building is nice, if you have the time and relax in the Café. Enjoyed making very well thought-out, but like the Singapore Botanical Garden the vastness. Happy is such a lovely Botanical Garden in Japan and hashiranakatta.
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  • I felt it was worthy of the term "everything is top notch. It is a wonderful botanical garden. You can enjoy nature and oneness of the botanical gardens, buildings and mountains. Have 3-year-old boy, but just exhibition of Fabre, was so much fun. Also you want to visit in the different seasons.
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