Things to do in Tottori 鸟取旅游攻略


Konnichiwa from Tottori! You guys keep DM me where is the desert place in Japan. Well, the long wait is no more! The answer has been revealed here. I guess you guys have read my article about Things To Do In Okayama right? I know it was a lengthy post but it was full of the info that you need. This time, I'm sharing the things to do in Tottori, travel info, attractions, food, accommodation and so on. Yes, it gonna be another long post but hopefully, you guys enjoy reading it.


Tottori City (鳥取), the capital of Tottori Prefecture, is located in western Japan along the coast of the Sea of Japan. Tottori is most famous for its sand dunes, the largest in Japan, which covers over 30 square kilometres of coast to the north of the city centre.
Tottori City has been the regional seat of power since the era of warring states, and the ruins of the former castle can still be found at the northeastern edge of the city centre. A variety of museums and Kannon-in Temple are also located around central Tottori.

Visitors can enjoy a different aspect of Tottori in every season.

Spring (March to May)
The weather is moderate, an ideal time to go outdoors. This is is the sakura season, so many people visit the sakura viewing spots, go hiking at Mt, Daisen, or participate in various activities at the Tottori Sand Dunes.

Summer (June to August)
The G-Beerfest Daisen and the opening of the Mt. Daisen climbing season are held in June. Various events such as the Shan-shan Festival (Tottori City) and Yonago Gaina Festival (Yonago) will be held from July to August.

Autumn (September to November)
Visitors can enjoy pear-picking from July to November. The harvest of Nijisseiki Nashi pears begins in late August and ends around October. The autumn leaves will appear around Mt. Daisen and other areas from October to November.

Winter (December to February)
Tottori is known for its heavy snowfall, with many snowy days from December to February. Matsuba crab is the food in season, along with various seafood dishes. Visitors can also enjoy winter sports such as skiing, so it might be fun to taste the crabs and relax at the hot springs.

Using an airplane is the most convenient way to go from Tokyo to Tottori. If you want to save transportation costs, using both the shinkansen and limited express trains, or using a bus is another option.

By Airplane
ANA files from Haneda Airport to Tottori Sakyu Conan Airport, which is the gateway to eastern Tottori. The flight time is about 1 hour and 10 minutes. From the airport, it takes about twenty minutes to JR Tottori Station by bus, and the fare is 460 yen. There are 5 flights per day. By using the ANA experience Japan fare, the one-way fare from Haneda Airport is 10,800 yen.

By Shinkansen and Limited Express
From JR Tokyo station, take the shinkansen to Kyoto, Shin-Osaka or Himeji, and transfer to the limited express Super Hakuto. The ride takes about 5 hours, and the fare is around 19,000 yen.

By Express Bus
From the bus stop at Kajibashi parking lot near JR Tokyo station Yaesu exit, take the bus bound for JR Tottori station. The ride takes about 12 hours, and the fare is around 10,000 yen.

Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory 

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.

I always watched the anime series Detective Conan since I was a kid, I can't believe I got the opportunity to visit this place! やった!

For your info, Detective Conan is 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.

Do you know there's a station called Conan Station? It was so cool! I can't believe they actually create a station just for this popular manga!

Definitely worth to visit especially if you're a fan.

Location : 1414 Yurashuku, Hokuei, Tōhaku District, Tottori 689-2221, Japan.
Opening hours : Daily (9:30am - 5:30pm)
Admission fees : 700 yen (adults) ; 500 yen (junior high, high school students) ; 300 yen (elementary school students) ; free for those younger than elementary school age.
How to access : 20-minute walk from JR Yura Station or 5 minutes by taxi.

Kurayoshi Shirakabe Dozo Gun

Kurayoshi's Shirakabe Storehouses also known as "White Wall District". These white-walled storehouses along the Tamagawa River retain the ambience of their origins in the Edo and Meiji periods. The area has been designated as one of the most important traditional architectures preservation districts in the country.

The stone bridge spanning the Tamagawa and the red tiles contrasting with the white mortar of these buildings creates a lovely townscape. The buildings, formerly used as breweries and soy sauce distilleries, now house a variety of local goods shops, tea shops, and galleries, making it a great place for an idle stroll through some old-time elegance.

Location : Vicinity of Shinmachi 1-chome, Higashinaka-machi, Uo-machi, and Togiya-machi, Kurayoshi City.
Opening hours : Open 24 hours
How to access : 40 min. by car from Yonago Expwy Yubara IC, Hiruzen IC. 12 min. by bus (local line bound for Kurayoshi Nishi) from Kurayoshi Station. 5 min. walk from Akagawara/White Wall district.

Tottori Hanakairo

Tottori Flower Gallery (Hanakairo) is a flower park where you can enjoy flowers and greenery all year-round. The Flower Zone is surrounded by a one-kilometre circular Walkway with a roof. You can see various kinds of flowers while you proceed along the Walkway enjoying a scenic view.

The Rest Zone offers you an environment where you can feel at home in strolling around in the woods. Please relax yourself to the full inn the nature of this vast land, which is as large as 50 hectares.

At the center of the park is the Flower Dome, a 69-foot-tall transparent hemisphere that wouldn't look out of place in a sci-fi movie set on Mars. Inside, you can find a steamy sub-tropical environment that supports several hundred varieties of orchids, palm trees and a host of other exotic flora.

A trip to the spectacular and meticulously kept Tottori Hanakairo Flower Park is a must for any visitors to the area who have an interest in flora, landscape design or photography. The large park is the perfect place for children to stretch their legs in the fresh air of the countryside. 

The park operates a "Flower Train," a small train that takes you on a 20-minute tour around the park for a small fee.

Location : 110 Tsuruda, Nambu, Saihaku District, Tottori 683-0217, Japan.
Opening hours : Daily (9:00am - 9:00pm)
Admission fees : April to November - 1,000 yen (Adult) 500 yen (Children under 15) ; December to March -  700 yen (Adult) 350 yen (Children under 15) *Admission Discount for International Visitors*
How to access : Shuttle bus service from Yonago JR station takes approximately 25 minutes.

Mizuki Shigeru Road

Home town of the manga artist of its namesake, Sakaiminato’s Mizuki Shigeru Road is a popular destination for children and adults alike. The road, extending from Sakaiminato Station into the city proper, is an 800-meter-long arcade with some 153 bronze statues of Mizuki’s fantasy creatures on display, including details on each character. Stopping for a close look at each of these could take all day! 

A stroll along the road at night, when all the statues are lit up, is an altogether different delight. From the healing Kappa Spring to the Yokai Jinja, a sort of fantasy shrine at which fortune slips can be drawn, to the Yokai Post, where mail with the ‘fairy postmark’ gets delivered, Mizuki Shigeru Road will surround you with bizarre creatures.

Tons of Kitaro goods can only be bought at the shops on Mizuki Shigeru Road! The shops are full of eats like Kitaro bread and creature-shaped cakes. You might become a ‘creature connoisseur’ here too!

These are something that you won't see so often in normal days. The photo that I had shown were pink soy sauce, pink wasabi, and pink curry. Weird right? Why the Japanese always so creative. Lol

Location : Taishomachi, Sakaiminato, Tottori 684-0004, Japan.
Opening hours : Open 24 hours
How to access : By car, 30 min. From Yonago Expwy Yonago IC, or 10 min. from Yonago Kitaro Airport, directly adjacent to Sakaiminato Station.

Sakaiminato Sakana Center

Sakaiminato Sakana Center, this is the specialist’s marketplace where local fish and seafood brokers come together to buy and sell all manner of marine products at low prices. Just watching the lively trading and hearing the thunderous voices of the sellers is an experience in itself.

With no middleman, this is a great chance to buy a multitude of varieties cheaply and fresh. If you’re hungry, there’s plenty to eat! The Minato-ten restaurant is not to be missed! Large bus parking space for 20 vehicles.

Location : 259-2 Taknouchidanchi, Sakaiminato City, Tottori.
Opening hours : Thu - Tue (8:30am - 5:00pm) ; Closed on Wednesday
How to access : 30 min. from Yonago Expwy Yonago IC; 10 min. from Sakaiminato Station; 7 min. from Yonago Kitaro Airport.

Yumeminato Tower

Yumeminato Tower and Yumeminato Park are both on the south side of Sakaiminato's Takenouchidanchi, where the San' in Yumeminato Fair was held. Yumeminato is well known as Sakaiminato City's main park, offering a panoramic view of the Sea of Japan and Mt Daisen. At the park's centre, Yumeminato Tower is a 45-meter-tall structure with a viewing platform. The area provides souvenirs and local Tottori specialities as well as opportunities to try on ethnic costumes from Mongolia, Korea, China, and Russia for free for a cultural experience, the whole family can enjoy.

I also got a certificate to prove that I have been to the lowest tower in Japan! Hahaha. Normally, people will show off that he/she has been to somewhere tallest. Well, I'm the special one I guess.

On the tower's fourth floor is the scenic Tower Cafe, offering an outstanding view of the landscape from its bright, spacious interior, making it an excellent place to relax. Next door to the tower is Minato Onsen Honokami, with its rotemburo from which Mt Daisen and the Sea of Japan can be seen, and a most excellent family bathing area. A sauna is also available.

Location : 255-3 Takenouchidanchi, Sakaiminato, Tottori 684-0046, Japan.
Opening hours : Daily (9:00am - 5:00pm)
Admission fees : Adults (300 yen) ; Children and Teens (150 yen) Foreign passport discount - Adults (150 yen) ; Children (70 yen) with ID
How to access : By car, 30 min. from Yonago Expwy Yonago IC. By bus (Hama Loop Bus) 40 min. on the Main Course. 12 min. on local roads from Yonago Kitaro Airport.


The name of Mori-no-Kuni means “Kingdom of the forest”. They have large nature parks, playgrounds field athletics, dog-run, 30 nature activities, and more than 80 campgrounds. All are for kids and adults. Some activities required a reservation, so do call for booking first. There are some guides who can speak in English so no worries about the communication barrier.

There are so many activities you can do such as athlete park, playground, campground, dog run, nature tours, crafts, outdoor cooking, harvesting and so on. There are some games which allow kids who are 3 years old and above to play but we found it a little bit difficult even we're adults. Lol

After exercise, BBQ grills are always the best choice because we are so hungry! They served varieties of vegetables, beef and chicken meats. Since I don't eat beef, so my portion was just purely chicken and vegetables.

Location : 634 Akamatsu, Daisen, Saihaku District, Tottori 689-3319, Japan.
Opening hours : Daily (9:00am - 5:30pm)
Admission fees : Adults ages 13 and above (800 yen) ; Children ages 4 - 12 (700 yen) ; Dog playground only (500 yen)
How to access : Take Nihon Kohtsu Bus from JR Yonago (45 minutes)

Mount Daisen

Mount Daisen is a large, volcanic mountain that rises up from sea level to dominate the terrain of western Tottori Prefecture. Part of Daisen-Oki National Park, the 1729 meter high mountain is the tallest in the Chugoku Region and is included on the list of Japan's 100 famous mountains. Daisen has not erupted for several thousand years.

Around late October and early November, the maple and beech forests that cover the mountain slopes turn brilliant shades of autumn colours. One of the best places to view the leaves is from a parking lot at Kagikake-toge Pass south of the mountain (not reachable by public transportation).

When we had arrived, we saw a goat is eating the grass. Her name was Hana which means "flower". So kawaii~ She just ignore us while we keep taking photos of her and simply enjoy eating the grass.

If you pay a visit here, don't forget to try the Milk no Sato's expensive dairy ranch at the foot of Mt. Daisen. It was soft-serve ice cream on top with yoghurt at the bottom. Super yummy!

Oe No Sato Coco Garden

In 2008, Coco Garden (大江ノ郷自然牧場) was born as a "Tamago specialty store"  that sells freshly born "Tenmi eggs" and sweets made with Tenmi eggs. They use only carefully selected ingredients such as Tenmi egg, milk and butter, and other ingredients from Tottori prefecture, as well as Hokkaido cream cheese and domestic flour to make sweets. Coco Garden, which has the meaning of "cocco (chicken)" garden, was named after the store where customers can feel the warmth as if it were a garden where they could freely spend their time. 

Oe no Sato Baumkuchen

Moist and rich authentic Baumkuchen made with time and effort. It is also used for celebrations such as marriage and childbirth.

The patisseries patiently teach us step-by-step how to make a perfect Baumkuchen and I have to tell you, it's not easy at all! However, eventually, we are satisfied with the outcome and our hard work paid off!

Don't forget to go to the first floor to try their pancakes! It was the BEST pancake that I ever ate! The expiry date is only 10 minutes.

Scarlet maple syrup and butter that seems to be slippery on hot pancakes baked in fox. The moment of putting a knife into a plump dough is the most luxurious. The pancakes they make can only be eaten here.

Normally, I can't finish even just 1 pancake, but this one, I can eat up to 2 and I still craving for more.

Location : 877 Hashimoto, Yazu, Yazu District, Tottori 680-0414, Japan.
Opening hours : Daily (10:00am - 6:00pm)
How to access : If you are coming from Tottori Expressway, going up or down, get off at Kawara IC and fold prefectural road 324 towards Wakasakura/Yachi. Go straight for about 2.5km, get off at "Koriya/Funaoka Exit" and turn right at the exit signal. As you see the sign past the railroad crossing, go straight along the prefectural road No.32 toward Kawara, cross the "Funaoka Ohashi", and you will see the road sign "Oe" on the lane of about 200 meters. There is a sign of "Oe no Go Nature Ranch" on the corner. If you turn left, you will see the building of "Oe Go Nature Ranch Coco Garden" on the right-hand-side at about 3.5km.

Tottori Sand Museum

Nature created the "Tottori Sand Dunes," a formative beauty created over the years. They want to create an unprecedented creative man-made beauty here and to excite and impress people who visit this site. This desire came to life as the Tottori Sand Museum which opened at the Tottori Sand Dunes on November 18, 2006.

The museum is Japan's only open-air museum exhibiting sculptures made of "sand." Katsuhiko Chaen, who is now active domestically and abroad as a sand sculptor and producer, is attracting attention as one of "100 Japanese individuals the world respects," is the executive producer of the museum.

The highest level of sand sculptures in the world is exhibited every year, inviting sand sculptors from around the world. Sand sculptures eventually collapse as the material is sand. You can see it for a brief time, in that place. The transience is the attraction and beauty of the sand sculpture.

In the past, sand exhibitions were held outdoors and in temporary structures, but in 2012 the sand museum moved into its own permanent building. Exhibitions change annually and last from mid-April to early January of the following year. Every exhibition has its theme, typically a country or region. In 2019, the theme of the exhibition is South Asia. The exhibition lasts from April 13, 2019, to January 5, 2020.

I must say, this sand museum was out of my expectation. Their sand sculpture skills were brilliant and it looks so real! Definitely worth to visit when you're in Tottori.

On the first floor, there was a small shopping area where you can buy some souvenirs. There are some unique souvenirs such as a book of chocolate and other handmade handbags to grab.

Location : 2083-17 Fukubecho Yuyama, Tottori, 689-0105, Japan.
Opening hours : Mon - Fri & Sun (9:00am - 6:00pm) ; Sat (9:00am - 8:00pm)
Admission fees : 600 yen 

Tottori Sand Dunes

The Tottori Sand Dunes (鳥取砂丘, Tottori Sakyu) are the largest sand dunes in Japan and Tottori's most famous tourist attraction. Located just outside the city centre, they span roughly 16 kilometres of coast along the Sea of Japan and are up to two kilometres wide and 50 meters high. They are part of the Sanin Kaigan National Park. 

The sand dunes were created over thousands of years, as sand from the nearby Sendaigawa River was washed out to sea and eventually re-deposited along the coast by the ocean's currents. Today, the constant movement of the tides and the coastal winds continuously shape the sand dunes and provide an ever-changing landscape.

The main sightseeing area spans a half kilometre swath of sand between the visitor centre and the sea. Many of the largest sand dunes are found here, and their tops provide visitors with beautiful views out over the coast. From here you can also explore the vast expanses of sand which lead off for several kilometres in almost every direction.

There are also a number of other attractions to enjoy around the dunes. My first time riding a camel and the experience was so AMAZING! Camel and horse-drawn cart rides travel the dunes, while the more adventurous might try paragliding or sandboarding (a variation of snowboarding) which are offered by local companies. Views over the dunes can be enjoyed from the observation deck of the Sakyu Center, which is connected with the sand dunes by a chair lift.

Opening hours :  Daily (9:30am - 4:30pm) March to November ; (10:00am - 4:00pm) December to February
Admission fees : 1300 yen (one person) ; 2500 yen (two persons)
How to access : From Tottori Station, take a bus bound for the Tottori Sakyu and get off at the last stop. The one-way ride takes 20 minutes and costs 370 yen. There are hourly departures from bus stop #0 in front of Tottori Station.

Uradome Coast Island Cruise

The Uradome Coast is commonly said to be the most beautiful coastline out of the entire Sanin Coast, with beautiful white sand and green pines along a ria coastline that you can enjoy from a distance on a touring boat. These touring boats pass through the tunnel-like Kaishoku Domon that is located on Sengan-Matsushima and in spring you can see the Natane-goto rocks where there are a number of rapeseed blossoms that grow wild, along with a large variety of other little islands along the coast. 

There are two types of ships, pleasure cruises, and small boats, both of which require about 40~50 minutes per excursion. The pleasure cruises hold about 95 people and go around the islands at a very leisurely pace allowing you to admire the scenery. The smaller boats only hold 12 people; these small boats are able to go through tiny places that the larger pleasure cruises cannot, and can also go into places where the water depth is shallow. Regardless, please try to check in advance because the ship departures vary depending on weather conditions.

Pleasure Cruises
Operation period: March~November
Operation times: 9:10~16:10 (every 30 minutes)
Fee: Adults are 1300 yen, children 650 yen

Small boats
Operation period: April ~ October
Operation times: 9:00~16:00 (every hour)
Fee: Adults are 2100 yen, children 1500 yen

Location : 2182-12 Otani, Iwami, Iwami District, Tottori 681-0073, Japan.
How to access : From JR Tottori Station it is about 30 minutes away by car. You can also use the Nihon Kotsu Bus headed for Iwai Onsen and get off at Iwami Station. From Iwami Station take a bus headed to Tajiri (田後) and get off at the Uradome Coast Entrance stop. (浦富海岸口)

Nashi Soft Serve | Tottori Hanakairo

Many places in Tottori prefecture also make use of Tottori's locally grown fruits and fresh dairy to create their own unique soft serve ice cream and gelato.

Among them, one that is highly recommended is nashi soft serve, made using Asian pears grown in Tottori. The peculiar sour sweetness of these pears, combined with the sweetness of the soft serve makes for a truly special dessert.

Squid Ink Soft Serve

As I mentioned, the Japanese are always so creative. And sometimes, even the strangest sounding treats can really surprise you with how delicious they are.

You may associate squid ink with Mediterranean food, but it’s very popular in Japan as well. Try some squid ink pasta and then top it off with some squid ink ice cream, but check your teeth before you flash a smile!


Tottori prefecture is where the fishing ports of Sakai Port and Tottori Port, near central Tottori city, bring Japan's largest caches of the red queen snow crab and maguro tuna ashore. For that reason, many shops in the prefecture can serve fresh seafood at very reasonable prices.

Ajiroya (お食事処 あじろや) serves fresh seafood and it is just located beside the port of Uradome Coast Island Cruise! After finishing the meals, we directly board the cruise, so convenient right? Tried this Kaisen Don at Ajiroya and it was delicious!

Location : 2182 Otani, Iwami, Iwami District, Tottori 681-0073, Japan.
Opening hours : Daily (11:00am - 2:00pm)
How to access : Take Nihon Kotsu bus bound for Tottori Station at JR Iwami Station Bus Terminal. Get off at Shimameguri Yuransen Noriba-mae. (Time of travel : approximately 17 minutes)

Seisuian | Kurayoshi

Seisuian is a restaurant housed in an early Taisho-era townhouse, popular for its mochi-based eats. Its pride is the mochi-shabu-zen, a twist on shabu-shabu with thinly sliced rice cakes in a bonito broth. The presentation is lovely visually, as well as offering a host of delicious tastes including sesame, yuzu citron, sakura shrimp, and mugwort.

The shabu rice cake is their signature dish and it was my first time trying different colours of rice cakes. The flavours include Tochimi, shrimp, mugwort, sesame seeds, eggplant and many more. Besides, it also served with shrimp, red fish, scallops and udon. It cost about 1,650 yen.

Location : 1 Chome-876 Sakaemachi, Kurayoshi, Tottori 682-0885, Japan.
Opening hours : Daily (11:00am - 2:00pm)

Kaike Grand Hotel Tensui

JTB Rurubu Travel Award Winner 3 years in a row! The Kaike Grand Hotel Tensui (皆生グランドホテル天水) is located on the beautiful shores of Yumigahama and boasts breathtaking ocean views. Relax in one of the hotel's natural hot springs and enjoy a Japanese-style buffet at this seaside retreat.

Upon entering your room slip on a yukata, Japanese summer cotton kimono, and relax both your mind and body. The crisp fragrance of the Tatami mats will be sure to refresh your spirit. Inside the windows a distinctively Japanese style space, outside the windows a relaxing view of the vast sea. The guest rooms take great pride in their commanding view of Yumigahama Beach.

Enjoy your stay in our guest rooms that provide an excellent match of Japanese-inspired peace and sophisticated furnishing, and partake of the beautiful changes in the Nihonkai that occur in the morning and evening.

Tea Lounge "Blue Marine"
From the large windows, you can easily view the long coastline of white sand and green pines. A lounge that is floating in the water, "Blue Marine", gets tossed about by the waves of time as if it were a ship. Please enjoy the feel of being a sailor journeying over the ocean and encountering strange new lands and people.

Location : 4-18-45 Kaike Onsen, Yonago-shi, Tottori Prefecture.

Ooe Valley Stay

Yatsuo Town, Tottori Prefecture, surrounded by magnificent nature, about a 20-minute drive from Tottori City. Among them, Ooe Valley Stay revived a closed elementary school as an accommodation facility in the Oenogo Resort, which is located in a rare natural environment surrounded by lush mountains. It is a base for travel where you can enjoy the rich nature and food culture of Oe, which is only available here, and experience all the charms of Tottori from here.

Ooe Valley Stay is a satoyama resort hotel where you can stay in the green mountains while feeling the flow of quiet time. You can feel the extraordinary experience while watching the sky full of stars and listening to the sounds of birds and deers from the mountains. Therefore, please note that there is no TV in the room. In addition to junior suites and standard rooms, they also offer dormitory rooms for casual stay.

It is a plan for all guests to have a Satoyama breakfast. Enjoy local rice and vegetables, including their delicious egg over rice dish. In addition, the dining restaurant Irori offers hearth dishes that are carefully prepared using Tottori ingredients. You can fully enjoy the sake that you can only taste in Tottori, such as local sake and craft beer made with the best of more than 10 sake breweries in Tottori Prefecture.

My room type - Standard Double Room
Space where you can feel functional and high quality while being reasonable. A queen bed with a Simmons mattress also pursues comfort. You can choose from two types : a room full of tiled resort feeling and a Japanese-style room with a wooden floor. You can feel nature from the window from any room.

Location : 331 Shimozuke, Yazu, Yazu District, Tottori 680-0415, Japan.

Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport

A hotel located on an airport island in the sea, Kansai International Airport that connects the cities of the world. The hotel is connected by 3 concourses with the passenger terminal building and the railway station. As well as facilities for airport guests, our international airport hotel also has the characteristics of a resort hotel. Based on spacious space design, the interior of the hotel is fully furnished with soft colour tones, completely soundproofed with emphasis on tranquillity, and shades.

Room type : Economy Class, Premium Economy Class, Business Class, and First Class.

The Brasserie
For daily breakfast, they offer a cuisine based on safe and secure ingredients served buffet style to domestic and foreign customers of a wide range of age groups. In order to fully enjoy Osaka’s breakfast which is said to be the "kitchen of the world", they are giving priority to working on the reduction of food additives.

So please enjoy a unique breakfast that you will not be able to experience at any other hotel. All of our vegetables are 100% domestic vegetables and they have a wide selection of menus including boiled eggs using Kishiwada Musomaru eggs and steaks.

Location : 549-0001 Osaka Prefecture Izumi-Sano Senshu-kukou Kita 1 Japan. (In Kansai International Airport)
How to access : Directly connected to Terminal 1, the JR and Nankai Electric Railway station with a pedestrian walkway.

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