Tottori Nijisseiki Pear Museum

Located inside Kurayoshi Park Square, the Tottori Nijisseiki Pear Museum is the only museum in Japan showcasing the Asian pear. Replete with information on Asian pear history and agriculture, the museum also provides a host of experiences and discoveries through its exhibitions and displays. The museum’s symbol is a great pear tree with a branch span of 20 metres. With the world’s collection of pear-related material, one could spend a full day here. Enjoy some pear ice cream at the adjacent Nashikkokan.

 

Basic Info

Address
198-4 Dakyoji-cho, Kurayoshi City, Tottori (in Kurayoshi Park Square)
TEL 0858-23-1174
URL http://1174.sanin.jp/en/
Hours of
Operation
9:00AM-5:00PM (last entry 4:40)
Closed
first, third & fifth Mondays of each month (the following day if any national holiday falls on one of these) and the New Year’s period 12/29-1/3.
Fees Admission General 300 yen, children 150 yen
Foreign passport discount: Adults 150 yen, Children 70 yen with ID
Access
    • Japan Holidays
    • WORLD MASTERS GAMES 2021 KANSAI
    • SAN'IN Tottori and Shimane
    • visitpass
    • Into You
    • The KANSAI Guide
    • KANSAI Free Wi-Fi (official)
    • Finding Bus Routes (English)
    • JAPANiCAN.com
    • Gurunavi
    • GEOCOMS
    • TOTTORI ODYSSEY JAPAN
    • Bisui no Sato Cycle NAVI