Shirakabe Dozogun Akagawara
The Shirakabe Dozogun storehouses are a collection of buildings from the Edo and Meiji periods that have been designated as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings. The white-walled storehouses and buildings are home to various types of stores such as sundry shops, cafes, and art galleries, that offer up a retro ambience.
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More Information about Shirakabe Dozogun Akagawara
- Uo-machi, Higashinaka-machi, Nishinaka-machi, Nishi-machi, Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture
- Around 12 minutes by Nihon Kotsu bus from JR Kurayoshi Station, and around 5 minutes by foot from Akagawara-shirakabedozo bus stop
Hours vary depending on the store. Generally open from 09:00 to 17:00 (some restaurants open until 21:00)
Hours vary depending on the store.
- All year
- You can rent a Kurayoshi Gasuri kimono to wear while touring the white wall district. Akagawara is located inside the white wall district and offers shops selling specialty items made in Kurayoshi as well as restaurants and cafes.
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