Tottori prefecture along the Sea of Japan coast is best known for its sand dunes (Tottori Sakyu) and Sand Sculpture Museum. The spiritual center of mountain worship, Daisen in Tottori is a large, volcanic mountain. You can visit both Daisenji Temple and Ogamiyama Shrine along the wooded paths on the lower slopes of Daisen. After climbing dunes and mountains, be sure to try the local specialty Matsubagani cuisine. Matsubagani is a long legged snow crab, delicious in all the many ways it is prepared, but especially as Kanijuu (snow crab soup).

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Photo Cred: Flickr user avlxyz [email protected]/4745140412/Gyukotsu Ramen Gyukotsu ramen is different in that, rather than the traditional use of chicken bones for a broth like in the Kanto region, or fish, or even pork, they use a beef bone broth to make the sou

Tottori Access Guide

While being the nation’s least populated prefecture, Tottori still has a large variety of options in terms of transportation. It has two airports that hold both domestic and international flights, as well as nearby major airports from the Kansai area that conn

Tottori 1-day-tour Itinerary

Tottori is rather small in terms of size, which allows easy transportation between points of interest and tourist spots. If you are planning on having as much fun possible in one day, we recommend you start off from Tottori Station due to its ease of access an