1.Stained glass hall
The stained glass representing the sea of Okinawa takes visitors into a dream world.
Enjoy the vivid leaves of Croton also known as “Henyo-boku”.
It exhibits Phalaenopsis which is commonly known as “Moth orchid”.
It exhibits Vandas which are blue and vivid flowers.
“The Queen of flowers”, Cattleya, are in full bloom. Visitors can also enjoy the fragrance.
6.Fruit tree greenhouse
There are many rare tropical fruit trees such as Artocarpus heterophyllus which grows the world’s largest fruit.
There are plants of the savanna such as the Baobab which appears in “The Little Prince”.
You can get a full view of the tropical coast from 118 feet above ground.
Feel free to take souvenir photos in the courtyard with the observation deck in the background.
Tropical aquatic plants such as Victoria cruziana cover the water surface.
Enjoy Water Lily flowers at the water’s edge while sitting on a bench.
Tropical fruit café “Squall”
They have tropical drinks, coffee and tea as well as light meals such as taco rice and pancakes.
It is a space where you can take a break. Crafts of Okinawa are exhibited.
Museum shop “Nangoku”
It is full of great products such as original T-shirts and Orchid seedlings of Okinawa.