The Omiya Bonsai Art Museum, Saitama
2-24-3 Toro-cho, Kita Ward, Saitama City, Saitama, 331-0804
Access by train
5 minutes walk from the East Exit of Toro station on the JR Utsunomiya line.
10 minutes walk from Omiya Kouen station on the Toubu Noda line.
Access by car
About 6 km from the Shintoshin Nishi exit on the Metropolitan
Expressway Saitama Shintoshin Route
About 9 km from Iwatsuki exit on the Tohoku Expressway Parking spaces for 39 cars (up to 2 hours free parking), spaces for 3 buses (￥880), 2 handicap spaces (free parking)
For those using car navigation to come to the museum
Because the museum’s telephone number is not be registered with some navigation systems there have been reports of being directed to the wrong location. Because of this we would like to ask those planning to use car navigation to come to the museum to set their navigation to the address of the adjacent prefectural facility, the Independent Human Resources Development Center (jichijinzai kaihatsu senta) (Saitama City, Kita Ward, Toro-chou, 2-24-1). Using this address will guide you to the building next to our museum and we will guide you to us from there. We are terribly sorry for an inconvenience this may cause and are grateful for your understanding.
9:00-16:30 during March-October
9:00-16:00 during November-February
*Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Thursday (except for National Holiday)
Closed on December 29 – January 3.
*Temporary close during exhibition preparation.
Adult : 310 (200) yen
High school/University students and persons over 65 : 150 (100) yen
Elementary School and Junior High School student : 100 yen ( 50 yen)
*Admission is half price for a person with a disability certificate and accompanying person.
*Figures in parentheses are individual fees for groups of 20 or more visitors.
Guide for group visitorsGuide for group visitors, available languages : Japanese, English, French & Chinese.
If you need the language support, please contact us in advance.
*Volunteer guides provide tours the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum.
*Please note it’s not always possible to accept requests for a guide due to a lack of staff availability.
Please feel free to ask any questions.