Special Things To Do In tottori

Special places to travel in tottori Prefecture that Japanese travelers and locals recommend.



Tips By Travelers and Locals


A beautiful sandhill Formed By the Sea of Japan. It's worth seeing once in your life!


The bath contains a high proportion of radon and it's one of the world's best amount. I felt Wabi and Sabi a sense of beauty of Japan. So, it was ultimate relax time. And I recommend to reserve the open-air bath 'Shinzen no Yu' with the capacity of 20.


There're many white wall storehouses and houses with red roofing tiles that were built in Edo or Meiji era. And they form a beautiful town that could be picturesque scene everywhere I point my camera.


Tottori Sakyu (sand dunes) is famous as the biggest group of dunes in Japan. Indeed, you can have a very beautiful sunset here.


This is Misasa kan Specialty course of crabs. Using 2.5 crabs for one, sashimi, grilled on pottery plate, hot pot, tempura, porridge with rice, miso soup. I ate so much not to eat more.


At Togo-ike Lake, yotsude-ami, a traditional way of net fishing using a hut to pull the net, is still carried out now. It shows us the very moving scene of the setting sun over the lake. The shape of the lake looks like a crane spreading its wings.


Visit here if you want to eat the local dish. From Tottori beef aburi (grilled lightly), the beef fiber gets untied to come out the good tastes. I enjoy eating the local specialty beef.


Misasa-kan is proud of the Japanese gardens which are over 13200 square meters and designed differently from each other. There are big windows around the hotel to see the gardens from all angles, you can enjoy walking in.


The hot spring in this town contains a high proportion of radon and it's one of the world's best amount. There are many historical hotels with a hot-spring and public foot bath facilities in this retro town. So, you can have a taste of slipping through this time.


Sakaiminato City is a hometown of Shigeru Mizuki, a cartoonist of Gegege-no-Kitaro. He welcomes the sightseers.