Aloha Garden Tateyama / Nanbo Paradise

Sightseeing information about Aloha Garden Tateyama / Nanbo Paradise in Japan.

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Aloha Garden Tateyama, formerly known as Nanbo Paradise, is one of the largest botanical gardens with a zoo, which is located alongside a road station (now called Nanbo Paradise) in Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture. Statues of Merlion can be seen here and there in the park as it has a sister gardens partnership with the Singapore Botanic Gardens since 1986. In the eleven connected greenhouses with a total length of 300 meters (328 yards), which is one of the largest scales in Japan, you can see a variety of tropical plants, flowers, trees and fruits. In the zoo with ponds, you can see, touch or feed various birds and animals including capybaras. On site there are also hula stages for hula dances and Tahitian shows, the Aloha Tower observatory, a Hawaiian restaurant and a cafe, and stores for Hawaiian products. (Japanese)

Purposeexperience,kids,Seasonal Flowers,family,Animals,sightseeing,shopping,let's hang out!,an eating tour
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5.06 months ago

Awesome place! Very large area to walk around. You can walk goats and hold geniepigs. Moderate cost and very kid friendly. Free parking. Lots of animals.

4.07 months ago

Quiet place to view tropical plants. The place also offers good backgrounds for photo ops!

5.0a year ago

A nice place to go any seasons travel and experience relaxing moments of your life

5.02 years ago

Great weekend outing. botanical garden and some animals for children to see.

4.03 years ago

I really enjoyed this botanical garden. There are several large atria housing numerous tropical plant species. The musa paradiaca are absolutely huge. There are some interesting birds in the facilities, too. I went during a weekday and there was almost no one around. If you love plants, it's well worth a visit. Though it's a bit difficult to get to if you're not driving. I took the JR highway bus from Tateyama Stn. and walked a bit. I would definitely return.

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