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Shin-Osaka Station 

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Welcome to a world of living things that are brimming with diversity

A “living museum” where you can closely observe creatures that live in water and on land, in an artistic space. The museum consists of seven zones with “appeal to your instinct” as their concept, and displays the abilities, beautiful colors and behavior of each of the creatures in an easy to understand way. Even if you watch them all day long, you’ll never tire of the white tigers, estuarine crocodiles and other fierce animals in “Waterside” and the freely-roaming capybaras and ring-tailed lemurs in “Behavior”. This is a museum that will make you realize once again just how diverse living things are.
Posted photos Main In “Behavior”, you can see freely-roaming creatures up close
Three photos Upper left Encounter the “Shapes” of living creatures in a fantastical space, upper right There are also white tigers in the bright and open “Waterside”, lower “Abilities”, where you can observe the intelligence of living things, such as spouting water and burying themselves in the sand
 
Address Within EXPOCITY, 2-1 Senri Banpakukoen, Suita City, Osaka
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+81-570-022060 (Japanese only)
Opening hours 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Last admission is 1 hour before closing time)
* Opening hours are subject to change depending on the season.
Holidays Open Everyday
* There is an unscheduled holiday once a year for system maintenance.
Admission fee Adults (senior high school students / age 16 and over) 1,900 yen
Children (elementary/ junior high school students) 1,000 yen
Children under elementary school age (age 3 and over) 600 yen
Access Take the Subway Midosuji Line (Kita-Osaka Kyuko Line) from "Shin-Osaka Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 13 minutes, alight at "Senri-Chuo Station" and walk for approx. 4 minutes. Take the Osaka Monorail for approx. 6 minutes, alight at “Banpaku-Kinen Koen Station” and walk for approx. 2 minutes.
URL https://www.nifrel.jp/en/

updated on Mar 26, 2018

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