Yumenoshima Park, Tokyo - Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome
Exhibits Featuring Tropical Rainforest Plants and Ogasawara Endemic Species, Including the World’s Tallest Tree Variety “Royal Palm” and the World’s Largest Bamboo Variety “Giant Bamboo”
Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome is a botanical garden located on Yumenoshima that has been modeled after a rainforest. There are plenty of exciting things to see, including the so-called three sacred trees of Buddhism “sal tree,” “Ashoka tree,” and “sacred fig,” as well as “jacaranda,” one of the three largest flowering trees in the world. You’ll also find Ogasawara endemic species that can only be seen here at Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome, including “Pandanus boninensis,” as well as various endangered species.
The negative ions emitted from the enormous waterfall in the A-Dome as well as the phytoncides from the plants are also popular reasons to visit.
Bougainvillea are among the flora along the outer wall of the office building, and the way that their flowers do not die even through the winter is a rarity in Tokyo. “Strelitzia reginae,” otherwise known as the bird of paradise flower, can be found blooming in the three flowerbeds in front of the entrance, another rare bloom in Tokyo’s open air.
There is also a Japanese honey bee hive located in the rear of the herb garden, and it sells a limited quantity of rare Yumenoshima Japanese honeybee honey.
In order to accommodate foreign tourists, Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome has adopted pictograms that comply with Tokyo’s standard for information signs and has installed ticket vending machines that can be operated in 5 languages. Pamphlets for Yumenoshima Park are available in 2 languages, while pamphlets for Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome are available in 5 languages.
Exhibits include rare tropical plants, including the world’s tallest tree type “royal palm,” which can grow to be over 20m tall.
Species endemic to Ogasawara are also on display.
Rare flowers bloom along the outer walls and outdoors.
Limited quantities of honey produced by Japanese honeybees are sold.
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Hygienic Prevention Measures
Visitors must wear masks
No admission for anyone whose temperature exceeds 37.5°C
Disinfecting of hands
Practice social distancing
Regular disinfection of the facility
Ventilation and humidification of the facility
Staff must wear masks or face guards
Acrylic boards or transparent sheets are installed in meeting areas
Movie hall’s capacity has been halved, leaving space between seats
Café seats have been arranged to not face each other, etc.
- Name in Japanese
- 東京都夢の島公園 夢の島熱帯植物館
- Postal Code
- 2-1-2 Yumenoshima, Koto-ku, Tokyo
- Mondays (or following day if Monday falls on a national holiday), year-end and New Year’s holidays (12/29 through 1/3)
- 250 yen
- About a 13-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, JR Keiyo Line and Rinkai Line’s Shin-Kiba Station
- Credit Cards
- Can be used to purchase admission tickets (VISA, MASTER)
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)