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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 soup of the Gyukotsu ramen. This makes the ramen rich in flavor and umami, and it is no wonder ...more...
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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 connect to Tottori Station. PlaneThere ar...more...
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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 and relative proximity. Day 1From Totto...more...
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Tottori Castle Ruins in SpringWhile you may be thinking that castle ruins are nothing to feel special about, you will quickly change your mind when you visit the Tottori castle ruins in Spring. Originally a castle built into the mountainside and protected by a moat, the castle withstood sieges fo...more...
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Tottori Sand Dunes When you think of Japan, do you think of sand dunes? The answer seems obvious. But in reality, sand dunes do actually exist in Japan, and the only place they exist in is Tottori prefecture. With over 30 square kilometers, the sand dunes have existed for about 100,000 years, an...more...
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Abour Sakaiminato:Sakaiminato is a city located at the tip of the Yumigahama peninsula, and the whole area is about 28 square kilometers. Due to its advantageous geographical location, Sakaiminato has been a major trading port since the late 1800s. The city is also very well connected with a har...more...