The Sand Museum first opened by the Tottori Sand Dunes, in Tottori, Japan, in 2006, displaying sand sculptures in temporary facilities. In 2012, it reopened in what is said to be the world's first permanent indoor exhibition space dedicated to sand art, with works by fifteen international sculptors. [Wikipedia]
Yanagijaya Campground is a free campsite that is opposite the Tottori Sand Dunes.
Introducing the culinary delights exclusive to the San'in Region. Discover a new way to eat wagyu Tottori-style!
The Tottori Sand Dunes are the largest sand dunes in Japan and the most famous attraction in Tottori Prefecture. They extend for about 16 kilometers..
Kodomo no kuni or "Children's Land" is a park for kids to just be kids in Tottori City near the famous sand dunes.
Tottori Castle Ruins are in the heart of downtown Tottori and are a great place to walk, have lunch or enjoy the sakura during the..