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Jinpukaku Mansion (National Important Cultural Property)国指定重要文化財 仁風閣

Historical Monument

Jinpukaku Mansion is a villa constructed in 1907 by Marquis Nakahiro Ikeda, the grandson of the last lord of the Tottori domain, to provide accommodation for Crown Prince Yoshihito (later the Taisho Emperor) during his tour of the San’in region. It is a two-storey white wooden building with a tiled roof, the design of which was inspired by the French Renaissance style; it has been designated as a National Important Cultural Property. The Jinpukaku Mansion now houses a museum, with displays on the history of the Tottori domain and the Ikeda family. The second floor offers superb views of the Horyu-in Garden, which has been designated as a municipal Place of Scenic Beauty by Tottori City Government.


Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Higashimachi 2-121 (TottoriArea)

phone 0857263595

9:00-17:00 (Admission is until 16:30)

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Tottori Pref. Tottorishi Higashimachi 2-121 [ map ]
9:00-17:00 (Admission is until 16:30)
Monday, The next day of the public holiday
[Admission fee] 150 yuen, Fees for groups 120 yen (20 or more), High School Students or less/those who are over 70 years old (Over 65 HOT cooperation period) are Free
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