One of Tottori's slogans is "Catch the Star". Since the prefecture's population is the smallest of Japan, there is little light pollution and the stars can easily be observed. The best place to d ...See More
In the spring, the weather is mild, and there are shrines, temples, and parks throughout San’in where you can take part in the spring tradition of hanami, cherry blossom viewing parties.
As San’in is a region surrounded by mountain ranges, the breezes that blow through here take the edge off of the summer heat. You can also go to swimming in the Sea of Japan, where the summer waters are calm and relaxing.
You can enjoy the fall season by heading out into nature to enjoy the gorgeous fall foliage, or by sampling some of the region’s unique crab cuisine.
The San’in winter scenery is beautiful, and the hot springs throughout the region will warm your body and spirit. Taking part in some winter sports on the slopes of Mt. Daisen is also highly recommended.