Built on the shore of Lake Togo, this is one of Japan’s top Chinese gardens, symbolizing the friendship between Tottori Prefecture and China’s Hebei Province. Designed by Chinese engineers and constructed from building materials imported from the mainland, it is a genuine product of China’s imperial history, reviving the style of the gardens enjoyed by emperors of bygone days.
Chinese performing arts show three times daily (9:30, 1:30, 3:00)
Enchoen is renowned for its displays of Chinese performing arts, with daily displays of traditional group acrobatics, jujitsu, and fire-ring-leaping, as well as a variety of other events.
|Address||Hikiji, Yurihama-cho, Touhaku District, Tottori|
|Hours of Operation||9:00AM-5:00PM; closed every 4th Tuesday in January and February (or the following day when national holidays fall on Tuesdays)|
|Fees||Adults 500 yen, children 200 yen (Foreign passport discount: Adults 250 yen, children 100 yen with ID)|
|Access||10 min. on foot from Matsuzaki Station; 10 min. by car from Kurayoshi Station.|
- Tourist Facilities
- Tottori-Sakyu Conan Airport
- JR Kurayoshi Station