Asian Garden R-Asia

Forget the time and lie down in a hammock. A wind cradle that crosses the island.


2021年7月 海を一望できる「ブランコ」が登場!

entrance fee



business hours

9: 00-16: 00 * Varies depending on the season

Regular holiday

(New Year holidays, GW, open from July to mid-September)

About eating and drinking

For food and drink in the Asian Garden area, please use the take-out of the restaurant ENAK.



Flowers and plants blooming in the Asian garden

At Asian Garden R-Asia on Hatsushima, which is warm all year round due to the ocean currents coming from the southern sea, you can see rare subtropical plants and flowers as well as the ancient species of camellia and daffodils.


Bougainvillea has covered the greenhouse over many years. When the flowers bloom, it makes me feel like a foreign country.


Colorful hibiscus blooms large flowers.

Black pine on the coast

You can see artistic pine trees under the influence of strong sea breeze. Some of them are called "seabird pine" or "dragon pine" because of their appearance as they crawl on the ground.

Agave colony

Agave that blooms and withers once every 30 to 50 years. Some flowers have bloomed in the last few years. If you are lucky, you can see the flowers blooming toward the heavens.

Phoenix palm colony

You may not be able to see this much palm in the Kanto area. The sea seen through the palm leaves is a wonderful view overlooking Minamiboso.

Aloe garden

Aloe, also known as "no doctor needed", is clustered. It is used for various purposes such as burns and insect bites.

Bird of Paradise Flower Path

The splendid flowers that resemble birds of paradise bloom from spring to summer.

Yabutsubaki Path

A path full of camellias and daffodils on both sides. Akiko Yosano, who visited the island in the 10th year of the Taisho era, saw the camellias and flushes blooming in the mountains and wrote, "The taste of Wuling Togen (Tomogenkyo)". It is the only area on the island where the vestiges remain strong.

Evergreen forest

The original virgin forests of Hatsushima, such as camellia japonica, machilus thunbergii, and sudashii, remain.

Oshima cherry tree

Best time to see: March-April
The early blooming Oshima cherry blossoms are wonderful.

PICA point member system

Every time you use it, you can earn points and get accommodation discounts
You can make priority reservations!

PICA Hatsushima