Enoco opened in April, 2012, with the purpose of cheering up the city of Osaka with the creativity of art and design. Our services include renting gallery spaces and multipurpose rooms, as well as holding exhibitions, performances, seminars and workshops.
At enoco, there are four galleries – large and small, multipurpose rooms, ateliers, and a studio equipped with audio and lightening equipment.
*For application to use these spaces, please check our website or contact enoco.
(In a case of application from overseas, please be sure to apply through a proxy residing in Japan.)
We manage and utilize up to 7800 artworks that belong to Osaka prefecture. In addition to regular themed collection exhibitions with selected artworks, we provide some events for people to get a more “hands-on” experience with art. Moreover, we rent artworks to public institutions and companies for display in their lobby, etc.
We offer a variety of services as a cultural hub to address the improvement of the city's attractiveness and solve social problems by utilizing the creativity of art and design.
R7：Creative Share Room (“open-air” shared work space for our creatives)
R9,10：Creative Room (rental office space)
CORAL PARLOR enoco
Open: 11:00 – 20:00
Old Book Store ON THE BOOKS
Open: 11:00 – 20:00
enoco is a facility newly opened in 2012, however, the building itself was built in 1938 with a modern architectural style as an auxiliary building of Industrial Research Institute of Osaka. Although the main building, the former Osaka Prefectural Office, was burnt down in air raid during the WWⅡ, this surviving annex is one of the few valuable pre-war modern buildings in Osaka.
Enokojima Art, Culture and Creative Center, Osaka Prefecture / enoco
1-34 2-chome, Enokojima, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 550-0006 Japan
Mondays and New Year holidays (December 29 – Japanese 3)
10:00 – 21:00
Rooms 1 - 4 (galleries) 10:00-20:00(Tuesdays-Saturdays),10:00-16:00(Sundays)
Approx. 150m West of Exit 8 of Awaza Sta. on Subway Sennichimae / Chuo Line *No parking lot for visitors. Please use public transportation.