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Traditional Japanese Houses: Ishitani Residence in Tottori

Ishitani Residence in Tottori

Hi there, it’s Mr. Wada back on duty. We would like to share our trip to Ishitani Residence in Tottori this time.


Traditional Japanese Houses: Ishitani Residence in Tottori

Ishitani Residence in Tottori

Ishitani Residence is a traditional Japanese house (kominka) open for visitors. It was built (completed) in 1929, amazingly a huge house of 1,046 square meters with a nice Japanese garden and stuff.

 

Access

Free parking is available.

396 Chizu, Chizu-chō, Yazu-gun, Tottori

 

Business Hours

10:00-17:00

Closed: Wednesdays (December – March)

 

Admission

Adult 500 yen
High school student 400 yen
Elementary / jr. high school student 300 yen
Under 7 / over 80 years old Free

 

Contact

0858-75-3500

 

Website

http://www.ifs.or.jp/ (in Japanese only)

 

Gallery

We encountered a Koto performance by Tottori University students. Neat. There are some events like this sometime.

Ishitani Residence in Tottori

 

Oops. This place is way too relaxing. Do not fall asleep.

Ishitani Residence in Tottori

 

Second floor is also open to everyone.

Ishitani Residence in Tottori

 

Displays in the exhibition room may vary. We saw paper crafts and miniature houses.

Ishitani Residence in Tottori

 

Alright. Let’s call it a day.

 

Lastly

How do you find it? It is on the way to Tottori central actually (by public highway). We definitely recommend to stop by. Also there are many cafes in this area.

See you around!

 


Yoshi (Mr. Wada)
I enjoy both indoor and outdoor stuff. Fishing in summer, Onsen( hot springs) in winter, and driving all year around!
http://the-wadas.com/

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