Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography植田正治写真美術館
The Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography showcases the works of world-famous photographer Shoji Ueda, who was born in Tottori Prefecture. Ueda’s photographs of subjects set against the backdrop of the San’in region’s big skies and imposing sand-dunes won renown as the “Ueda-cho” (“Ueda style”). There is plenty to see at the Museum, including the pond, which reflects an inverted image of Mt. Daisen, and the Museum Cinema, which is decorated with the world’s largest camera lens. The Museum Shop sells an extensive range of souvenir gifts.
Tottori Pref. Saihakugunhoukichou Sumura 353-3 [map]
- 9:00-17:00 (Admission is until 16:30)
- Tuesday (The next day in the case of Public holiday), exhibition change Period, Dec.-Feb.
- [Admission fee] General 900 yen, high/college student 500 yen, small/Junior High School Students 300 yen
- Parking Lot
- Credit Card
- Available (Available
VISA only for shops)
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot about39minutes
- View route from Station
There is no Bus Stop nearby.
There is no Parking nearby.
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Tottori Main Areas
Tottori prefecture is Japanese seasonal diversity at its best: Huge sand dunes cover the north coast, making for the perfect summer beach trip complete with the unexpected addition of camels; November brings the delectable snow crab, while winter around Mount Daisen, the Chugoku region's highest mountain, promises snow sports and magical views.