A special exhibition taking place at the Tottori Prefectural Museum will examine the works of Taro Okamoto (1911 - 1996), with a..
Kyusho Park sits on the site of what was once Tottori Castle, and these days it's home to around 400 cherry trees in several..
Low buildings mean the sunlight hits the streets so Tottori is a very bright place. Another thing you notice is the sand in the city. If you look in places where you would normally expect to find grass you find sand in Tottori. A beach town prefectural capital makes the scattering of government offices bearable. Highway road signs are in Japanese, English and Korean showing the city’s desire to accommodate visitors. The beach is the best part. It’s wide and pristine and when you look into the distance all you can see are a few rock outcroppings that have broken through the surface of the sea. The aquamarine hue of the Japan Sea when viewed with the naked eye would put any postcard to shame.