Jinpūkaku

Jinpūkaku, commissioned by the marquis Nakahiro Ikeda, feudal lord of Tottori
Jinpūkaku is a two-floor French-style Neo-Renaissance residence with whitewashed walls and wood-tile roofs. The refined elegance of the building coupled with the beauty of its Japanese garden earned it a designation as one of the Important Cultural Properties of Japan. The second floor offers a fine view of the Horyuuin garden around the pond, and on a clear day a soothing view of Mt Daisen in the distance. The property also includes the Kyusho Park, a famous spot for flower-viewing bustling with visitors when the cherry blossoms are in bloom.

Basic Info

Address
2-121 Higashi-machi, Tottori, Tottori
TEL 0857-26-3595
URL http://www.tbz.or.jp/jinpuukaku/
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