Tottori Nijisseki Pear Museum

Jia an Wong

Nov 25, 2019

Where are the most delicious pears in Japan found? It's Tottori! Tottori accounts for 40% of Japan's Nijisseiki pears, making this museum an icon of Tottori.

The museum is shaped like a cute pear, and with a giant real pear tree inside, it's easy to feel like you're in a pear itself!

There are 3 main attractions here, (1) Sampling Japanese pear varieties, (2) Exploring the Pear Garden, and (3) Touring around the interactive pear exhibits. All these are included in the affordable admission fee of 150Yen (S$ 1.50)! It was fun realising how pears have such varied appearances and tastes. Finally, enjoy bringing home a taste of Tottori's pear sweets at the gift shop. Prices are very reasonable, and specialty pear soft serve is less than S$3!

Pears are an icon of Tottori, and we had a pear-y good time here.

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