Crece inclinándose
al cielo inmenso,
árbol de invierno.


The Luis Vallejo bonsai collection is considered one of the best bonsai collections outside of Japan in terms of variety and quality of its specimens. It has been awarded in the most important national and international competitions.

The collection has native specimens designed by Luis Vallejo and specimens of Japanese Masters, such as; Masahiko Kimura, Saburo Kato, Hiroshi Takeyama or Shinji Suzuki,

It has about 200 copies currently exhibited in the Bonsai Luis Vallejo Museum, in Alcobendas, within the so-called Japanese Garden; Built in 1995 and designed by Luis Vallejo in collaboration with the architect Antón Dávila.

Luis Vallejo will award a prize to the trajectory in the II UBEbonsai Convention of Aranjuez 2020, this award is aimed at professionals and amateurs of the world of bonsai and will be decided by Luis himself in recognition of the merits, jobs, dedication and ultimately the trajectory of the depositary thereof.

And coinciding with the II UBEbonsai Convention of Aranjuez 2020, on January 24, 25 and 26, the Bonsai Museum of Alcobendas Luis Vallejo will open its doors for free to all those who present the entrance of the II UBEbonsai. Pots, books and bonsai will also be on sale at the museum.


VII Concurso Nacional Luis Vallejo
MNBA Museo Bonsai de Alcobendas

Price: 20 €

Schedules and contact

The museum will remain temporarily closed until further notice.
Sorry for the inconvenience

Museo Bonsái Luis Vallejo
Av. Olimpica s/n . Arroyo de la Vega. Alcobendas.

T. +34 91 765 20 41

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