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Daisen-Oki National Park

Daisen-Oki National Park spans Okayama, Shimane and Tottori, the three westernmost prefectures of Japan’s main Honshu island. Far removed from urban life, the national park offers a rewarding journey for the adventurous traveler keen to find the enduring essence of Japan.

Sand Boarding and Paragliding

Sand boarding and paragliding are two activities you can enjoy at the Tottori sand dunes. Get in some summer sliding while enjoying the deep blue Sea of Japan backdrop.

Sakaiminato Station

A station in the city of Sakaiminato, Tottori prefecture, that stops outside a street named after the artist behind the manga "GeGeGe no Kitaro". The trains are colorful homages to certain characters from the manga and the whole street is covered in artwork of the mischievous manga characters and their creator.

Lake Koyama

Lake Koyama is the largest lake in Tottori prefecture. Just 6 kilometers west of Tottori train station, and close to Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport, Lake Koyama makes a perfect getaway from the big cities.

Tottori Sand Dunes

Imagine an over 30 km² expanse of sand, sand, and more sand, stretched out along the ocean in Japan’s San‘in Region. Welcome to the Tottori Sand Dunes!