Tottori Castle Ruins and Kyusho Park鳥取城跡&久松公園

Tottori Castle Ruins is centred in Kyusho Park built on Mt. Kyusho. Every spring hundreds of cherry blossom trees coming into full bloom around the castle makes the place one of Japan’s top 100 cherry blossom viewing spots. Jinpukaku mansion, a French renaissance-style building of Meiji era in the park, is designated as an important cultural property. The prefectural museum is also located here and worth visiting.

Admission: free of charge

Number of sakura trees: 400

The age of trees:

Variety: Yoshino cherry and Sato cherry

2019/2020 Cherry Blossom Viewing Dates at Tottori Castle Ruins and Kyusho Park

Cherry blossom viewing period: late March to early April

Best time to view in 2019: late March to early April

Best time to view in 2020 (estimated): late March to early April

Light-up:

Cherry blossom festival in 2019: not available

How to visit

Access: By bus - around 6 minutes/160 yen by Nihon Kotsu bus from JR Tottori Station, and then walk for 5 minutes from Kencho-Nisseki-mae bus stop. 9 minutes/100 yen by Kururi bus Green Line from JR Tottori Station, and then walk for 5 minutes from Jinpukaku/Kenritsu Hakubutsukan bus stop.
Address: 2-121 Higashi-machi, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture
Japanese address: 鳥取県鳥取市東町

Cherry blossoms Viewing Guide