Trains stopping at this station
- Section Express
Assignment time of station staff
North ticket gate
South ticket gate
Even if it is during the staff placement time, the station staff may be absent depending on the situation.
If the station staff are not available, please use the intercom to call the staff.
Information of surrounding facilities
In March 1919, about 20 years after the railway opened, Tottorinosho station opened in what was then Nishi-Tottori Village (now Tottori, Hannan City). The origin of the station's name is unknown, but it is said that it was named because the area around was used to be "Tottorinosho", the manor of Kanshinji. Hofuku-ji Temple, which is just a short walk northeast of the station, is also known as Okiku-dera, and houses a wooden statue of Okiku, who is said to be the child of Toyotomi Hidetsugu and Kogo no Tsubone.
Information of Tottorinoshō Station
665 Tottori, Hannan City