Himeji Castle is the largest castle in Japan, with over 80 original buildings with numerous walkways and courtyards connecting them.1000 yen
One of San’in’s eastern coastline’s main features is the Tottori Sand Dunes. The scale there is so big that it contrasts against the normally compact geographic features of the area, giving you a sense that you may not be in Japan anymore.
This museum, located near central Tottori City, has a collection of almost 30,000 items that were amassed over a period of 60 years by local doctor Hajime Watanabe. One of the most impressive parts of the collection is the 250 sets of Japanese armor, with at least 100 sets on display at any time.900 yen
The Uradome Coast is a sawtooth-shaped coastal area in Tottori Prefecture’s Iwami Town. It has been designated as a national place of scenic beauty and a natural monument. Here you can enjoy both the scenery and an assortment of activities.0 yen
The stone bridge and red roof tiles here stand out against those white mortar walls, giving the area a unique, retro appeal. Some of these white-walled building used to house sake or soy sauce breweries.
Misasa Hot Springs, with its natural radium spring water. Enjoying a soak here, at one of the world’s finest radium springs, is the perfect way to relax after climbing nearby Mt. Mitoku.500 yen
Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory is an especially popular tourist attraction in Hokuei. Here, there are various fun devices for you to enjoy the world of “Detective Conan.”
Mizuki Shigeru Road is a popular destination for children and adults alike. The road is an 800-meter-long arcade with some 153 bronze statues of Mizuki’s fantasy creatures on display, including details on each character.0 yen