Saturday, January 14, 2017

Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport

The last Detective Conan place I visited while in Tottori was Tottori Airport.

The airport is called Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport because of the sand dunes in Tottori and Detective Conan.

There's Detective Conan signs at the airport.

Closeup of one of the signs.

Conan emblem on the airport terminal.

Decorations on the entrances as well.

International arrivals entrance.

Ad for a Detective Conan and GeGeGe no Kitarō augmented reality app for the airport.

Inside the international terminal they had this 3d street art on the floor. And if you look closely at the ceiling...

It has a statue of Kaito Kid up here.

They also had these Detective Conan themed displays advertising tourist spots around Tottori.

More displays.

A screen playing an information video about the airport itself.

Detective Conan themed lockers.

And lots of flyers.

Near the 3d street art they had also set up this room which had a life sized version of the mirror door room I had seen at Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory.

Big matching pair memory game.

All with Detective Conan characters of course.

Professor Agasa gadget information.

And a display with models of the gadgets.

Sign towards the rooftop observation deck. On the right you can see a stamp for a stamp rally they had at the airport.

Illustrations in the stairwell up to the observation deck.

The observation deck where everything is Detective Conan themed, even the bell is shaped like Kaito Kid's hat, and there's silhouettes on the right.

More Detective Conan silhouettes.

Inside again, at a café there was a familiar character...

It was a statue of Richard having some coffee. The café itself is also named Poirot, like the one underneath the Mouri Detective Agency in the manga.

In the connecting passage between the international and domestic terminal they had small sand statues on display.

Sand statues of Totoro and Anpanman.

Further down the connecting passage towards the domestic terminal they had various Detective Conan artwork on display.

Banners in the domestic terminal.

And a photo opportunity corner where you could dress up as a pilot.

The gift shops in the airport had Detective Conan goods of course.

Including curry which I had also seen at Kurayoshi Station, and coffee on the right.

More goods at another airport gift shop.

Here's a picture of some flyers I picked up including one for the airport, a Hokuei Town Detective Conan sightseeing map and a discount ticket and the entrance ticket for the Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory.

Location map:

This location was visited on 2016/10/17.

Airport official website

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