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Jinpu-kaku Hall, Tottori

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  • Jin-style Pavilion is Hotel Park located within the Emperor's, in what tourism tourists around the entrance road is parked is allowed! (Time limits and) is wildly higher parking charges for this kind of thing draw in other provinces. (Over several tourist attractions by car and parking become stupid. ) With free parking from feel good, pure-White House even clean, likable. Were the men of the women went inside and somehow wearing wedding dresses and tuxedos? Wedding here? And then again after and close to the wedding photo's. I like the stylish Western-style photo remains in the memories and happy! Each room is luxurious and spacious building overlooking the royalty who healed here would imagine.
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  • Tottori City was so moving under the influence of the snow, so I visited by taxi. Arrived in about 10 minutes. Admission is ¥ 150. 100 staff out if meijo stamp staff to help. Because there is one dedicated was stamped in there. Jin-style Pavilion in the snow, it was beautiful.
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  • Only Emperor stay is very fashionable Western-style buildings. Wealth built Tottori Ikeda 14 fourth head of House of Lords once recalled. At that time, the city's budget around 50000 Yen took 44000 Yen? It's incredible! Of fine architectural heritage, I want to save forever, clean.
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