Utsubuki Park
Utsubuki Park
Utsubuki Park
Utsubuki Park Utsubuki Park Utsubuki Park


Utsubuki Park was built in 1904 to commemorate the visit of His Imperial Highness the Crown Prince (later Emperor Taisho) to the San-in region, and Hiryukaku, a building associated with Emperor Taisho, is also located there.
The park is still beautifully maintained, and during the cherry and azalea blooming season, it is one of the most famous places in the San'in region that attracts many viewers.
It is a relaxing spot, selected as one of the 100 best urban parks in Japan, where you can see a variety of flowers not only in spring but also in every season: fresh greenery in summer, autumn leaves in fall, camellias in winter, and so on. There is also a petting zoo around the park.

  • Address

    Nakanocho, Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture

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  • Entry fee


  • Opening Hours


  • Closed


  • Website


  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point


  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    20 minutes by local bus from JR Kurayoshi Station, just a short walk after getting off at the Utsubuki Koen entrance stop

    40 minutes by car from "Yubara IC" on the Yonago Expressway

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