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A bicycle trip through the history of Yonago! Enjoy a bicycle trip through the castle town of Yonago, from classics to hidden gems, as well as Yonago's history, shopping, and gourmet food.

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Approximately 60 to 120 minutes (varies depending on length of stay at stopover)

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A model route for sightseeing spots in Yonago City recommended by the Yonago City International Tourist Information Center. If you rent an E-Bike at the information center, you can tour around Yonago City's famous spots. Here we will introduce cycling spots that you can go to from Yonago Station.

JR Yonago Station (START!)

Yonago City International Tourist Information Center

When you rent a bicycle at the information center, the staff will carefully teach you how to use the E-bike.
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We started by getting a cycling map and a carving road map.
Two sculptures are also placed in front of Yonago Station.
Be careful of cars when crossing the road in front of Yonago Station.
The sculpture road begins in front of Yonago City Culture Hall and Aeon Shopping Center.

sculpture road

Sculpture road has started. The Yonago Sculpture Road is a 3km promenade along the Shinkamo River and Nakaumi from the front of the Yonago City Culture Hall to Minatoyama Park. You can enjoy the sculptures that take on different expressions depending on the viewing angle, and the changing expressions of the sky as many times as you like. On days when the weather is nice, we recommend getting off your bike and walking and pushing your bike as you tour.
Approximately 3.1 km (approximately 13 minutes) to Yonago Castle Ruins

Yonago Castle Ruins

When heading to the top, please park your bicycle at the Yonago Castle Ruins Sannomaru parking lot. The public restroom is a landmark. It is about a 20 minute walk from the parking lot to the summit.
Approximately 1.2km (about 5 minutes) to Machinaka Tourist Information Center

Yonago Machinaka Tourist Information Center

Be sure to stop by the Machinaka Tourist Information Center. You can enjoy the atmosphere of a castle town just by stopping by, with the old beams, skylights, and ladder stairs intact. There are plenty of original goods and souvenirs that can only be purchased here.

Teramachi Street

Stop along the streets lined with temples and take in the stunning views of the cityscape. You can get a feel of Japan's historic townscapes.
Approximately 0.85km (about 4 minutes) to Food Studio Kakuban

food studio kakuban

In addition to San'in specialty products, souvenirs, and Food Studio Kakuban exclusive products, popular items include the ``100 Famous Sweets'' corner, where Takashimaya's Japanese confectionery buyer selects famous sweets from all over the country, the local sake corner, and daily order items.
Approximately 1.3km (about 6 minutes) to Yonago City International Tourist Information Center

Yonago City International Tourist Information Center


Introducing Yonago Cycling Road in more detail!

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The center of the San'in tour. As befits a commercial city that represents the San'in region, it is the gateway to the San'in region, with convenient access to Sakaiminato City, which has well-developed expressway and railway land routes, and air and sea routes. In a prime location overlooking the national park Mt. Daisen and nestled on the Sea of ​​Japan, Kaike Onsen, one of the best in the San'in region, springs up, making it a bustling tourist resort that thrives on sports and leisure throughout the year. When traveling to the San'in region, start by visiting Yonago City. By linking it with the surrounding charming cities and towns, you should be able to comfortably fulfill various types of sightseeing, such as a trip to historical sites, a trip to gourmet food, and a trip to myths.

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