It is the room in the secondary row extending from the east to west,
and has a two-tire structure utilizing a land slope.
The western end is the insectivorous plant corner, and the eastern end is the Orchid Corner.
It is the largest greenhouse with a length of 66.55 m and has a large variety of plants
such as Marantaceae,
The large and long central planting area has a wide variety of
Norantea which expand and climb over hibiscus.
This creates a brilliant color sensation to compliment the Sun Gallery which is bright and drenched with sunlight.