Tottori Nijisseiki Pear Museum Nashikkokan
This is the only museum in Japan dedicated to the Asian pear. Inside is a huge Nijisseiki pear tree whose branches extend outward some 20 meters. The museum also houses a collection of different varieties of pears from around the world and an area where you can taste and compare different pears throughout the year. The adjacent parlor serves up Asian pear soft-serve ice cream only found at Nashikkokan.
Kurayoshi Park Square, 198-4 Dakyoji-cho, Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture
- Around 12 minutes/200 yen by Nihon Kotsu bus bound for Nishi Kurayoshi from JR Kurayoshi. Disembark at Kurayoshi Park Square bus stop.
- Closed on the first, third and fifth Monday of every month (if it falls on a national holiday, the next day that is not a national holiday) and December 29 to January 3
- [Admission fees]
Adults: 300 yen
Elementary and junior high school students: 150 yen
- All year
- You can try three varieties of pear anytime of the year to compare flavors.
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