Detective Conan is a series loved by people in 25 countries and regions around the world. At places such as Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory and Conan’s House Beika Shopping Street, you can enjoy the series in Gosho Aoyama’s hometown of Hokueicho in Tottori.
Do you know “Detective Conan”? It’s a story about an elementary first-grade boy who solves difficult cases one after another using various inventions.
The detective manga series “Detective Conan” began its serialization in Japan in 1994, followed by the beginning of its broadcast as an anime in 1996. The series gained popularity among various generations for its breathtaking tricks, unique characters like its protagonist Conan Edogawa, and the thrilling struggle against the mysterious “Black Organization”.
Even now, over 20 years since the series’ debut, the serialization of the manga and broadcast of the anime are still ongoing. Additionally, the series has gained fans from all over the world with the manga being translated and sold in 25 countries and regions around the world while the anime is broadcast in 40 countries worldwide.
1414 Yurashuku, Hokuei-cho, Touhaku District, Tottori
9:30AM-5:30PM (last entrance 30 minutes before closing); open every day
|Fees||700 yen; teens 500 yen; children 300 yen (Foreign passport discount available for groups of ten or more: Adults 350 per person, teens 250, children 150 with ID)|
|Access||20 min. walk or 5 min. taxi ride from Conan Station (Yura Station) Tottori Expwy Sayo JCT-Tottori IC-Tottori-Rt. 9-Hokuei-cho Yurashuku Chuugoku Expwy Innoshou IC-Rt. 179-Kurayoshi-Hokuei-cho Yurashuku Yongao Expwy Yubara IC-Rt. 313-Kurayoshi-Hokuei-cho Yurashuku|