Conan Street

Facility summary and accessibility conditions Hokuei-cho is the hometown of manga artist Gosho Aoyama, the author of “Detective Conan.” While going along 1.4km of the road from JR Yura (Conan) station to “Michi-no-eki Daiei” (the rest area along Route 9) named “Conan Street,” you can see a variety of Conan’s bronzes and stone monuments. Accessible toilet is at Deai-no-Hiroba (public square), once across Conan-ohashi Bridge. Another toilet is installed inside Michi-no-eki Daiei. Nearby Conan Street, you will find National Historical Site Yura Fort and Odaiba Park. Also, you can enjoy Gousho Aoyama’s Home Town Museum and natural flavors of Gelato at Italian gelato (ice cream) shop, Coda. For Questions & Information about Conan Street and other Sightseeing in Hokuei, Hokuei-cho Tourist Information Center.
Address 573-1 Yurashuku, Hokuei-cho, Tohaku-gun, Tottori
Telephone 0858-37-5874
Fax 0858-37-5874
Reception hours Open every day 9:00 - 17:15 (November to March 9:00 – 17:00)
Regular holidays December 30 - January 2
Transportation, closest station, bus stop Inside the JR Yura (Conan) Train Station
Bumps at the entrance No (at Tourist Information Center)
Entrance width
Accessible bathroom 5 places, 2 of them are inside the buildings (along Conan Street)
Bathroom entrance width
Accessible parking space 8 lots (along Conan Street)
Wheelchair loaning Yes (1) (at Michi-no-Eki Daiei)
Multilingual information (Signboard at Conan Street) Available in English, Chinese, and Korean
Display items with multilingual explanation
Multilingual pamphlets Available in English, Chinese, and Korean
Staff fluent in foreign languages Not available
Wifi connection
Audio (English) guidance
Photo Comment

Accessible bathroom on Conan Street
Accessible bathroom