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Hakuto Shrine and the Hakuto Coast

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Hakuto Shine faces the Hakuto Coast, the setting of the White Rabbit of Inaba myth and is a shrine devoted to the mythical white rabbit (white rabbit god). According to legend, the shrine offers relief from skin disease and other wounds. In addition, it's said that the white rabbit was the matchmaking god for King Ookuni and Princess Hachigami that appear in the myth. Thus, Hakuto, as the birthplace of Japan's first love story, was recently designated as a "holy ground for lovers" in 2010.

Street address

603 Miyakoshi Hakuto, Tottori City, Tottori

Access

Route1

  • From JR Tottori Station, about 25 min. by car in the direction of Kurayoshi/Yonago

Route2

  • 1,000-yen Taxi (for overseas visitors, 1,000 yen per person for 3 hours within Tottori City)

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

http://www.tottori-tour.jp/en/sightseeing/768/

Best season

All year

Point

Located next to Hakuto Shrine is the roadside station "Shinwa no Sato Shiro Usagi" that is fully-equipped with tourist pamphlets and souvenirs such as local specialties and locally-brewed sake.
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