How to get to Awaji Island National Akashi Kaikyo Park

About Awaji Island National Akashi Kaikyo Park

Awaji Island National Akashi Kaikyo Park is a vast seaside park where seasonal flowers and plants can be viewed. The tulips in bloom in spring are a sight to behold. From the “Moon Terrace,” you can view the flowers with Osaka Bay in the background. The “Poplar Hill” covered with flowers and the artificial pond “Hana no Nakaumi” where visitors can play in boats are also popular.

How to get there

From Maiko Station on the JR Kobe Line, take the Honshi-Kaikyo Bus bound for Higashiura/Oiso, and get off at Awaji Yumebutai-mae (15 minutes).

8-10 Yumebutai, Awaji City, Hyogo Prefecture

Admission: Adults 450 yen, free for junior high school students and younger / Barbecue plaza (reservation required): free / Swan boat (30 minutes): Adults 400 yen, children 200 yen / Yume Hatch (unlimited rides for one day): 300 yen
Groups of 20 or more: Adults 290 yen, Admission fee for 65 years old and over 210 yen, Free admission for those with disabilities with a disability certificate


I went in spring, so the tulips were in full bloom. It was a beautiful flower park. There are also many playground equipment, so I recommend this park for families with children.

There were many other flowers in bloom, reminding me of the flower corridor in Tottori.


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