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  • One stunning lake, two fantastic hot springs. Enjoy beautiful views of Lake Togo from the soothing mineral-rich waters of Hawai Onsen on the western shore, or Togo Onsen on the southern shore. 

Warm your bones in open-air baths by the water’s edge, feel the crisp fresh air on your face, and gaze out at this picturesque scene that’s considered one of the Sanin area's
  • Who doesn’t love soft serve ice cream?🤷🏻‍♀️🍦 Tottori has various flavored soft served ice creams in different places... try them all! 

1. Fresh milk🥛 flavor at Miruku no Sato(Milk farm) Daisen 
2. Tottori Pear🍐flavor at Tottori sand dune 
3. Squid ink🦑flavor at shops in Iwami town 
4.Tomato flavor🍅at local souvenir shop in Nichinan town
5.Watermelon 🍉 flavor at Hokuei-cho 

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  • When you hear the word “train”, you probably imagine a utilitarian form of public transportation; Ametuchi, the new sightseeing train that runs between Tottori and Shimane, defies this image. 

With a design that gives expression to the beautiful sky and sea of San’in, innovative utilization of cultural crafts as interior fixtures, and use of local wood in tables and seats, the train itself becomes part of the sightseeing experience. Also, onboard food and drink service includes culturally thematic box lunches made from local ingredients. 

In even minor details, Ametuchi is more than simply meets the eye. Of course, you can also turn your attention to the beautiful scenery outside the window.

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  • Perhaps you already knew about the strong manga culture prevalent in Tottori. Maybe you even knew that it has a globally acclaimed figure manufacturer. But did you know that it has a large scale figure museum? 

The Kurayoshi Figure Museum exhibits approximately 2,000 elaborately crafted figures and offers various workshops, and, as an indoor attraction, it makes a great destination for a rainy or snowy day.

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  • Do you miss the beach and sunshine at Yonago City? I sure do!
The rejuvenating waters at Kaike Onsen will surely relieve you from the everyday stress. One step outside the hotel, a dazzling white, sandy beach awaits. Appreciate the perfect harmony weaved by the majestic Mt. Daisen and the beautiful coastline―it is truly a delight.

Having rewarded your eyes and body, it’s time to treat your stomach with Tottori Prefecture’s proud delicacies. The succulent snow crab, or the chewy and irresistible white squid―Yonago presents you with its top quality fruits of the sea. Which would you opt for?
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  • Do you like Shabu shabu? 

Shabu Shabu is Japanese hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat and vegetables boiled in water and served with dipping sauces. And did you know, that this very popular dish was originated in Tottori? 😲

TAKUMI KAPPO is known as the restaurant that started serving Shabu Shabu. The ingredients are simple yet super fresh including Tottori Wagyu beef (known as the beef that won Beef olympics!) and vegetables. 
It is served with sesame sauce which is rich it enhances the Umami of the beef. 

This is a must try place when you visit Tottori! 

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  • Do you like Japanese ramen? 

In Japan, there are many types of ramen, and each region offers their own flavors. In Tottori Prefecture, you can try gyukotsu ramen, an unusual type of ramen that uses soup made from beef bone broth. 

Characterized by a rich yet light and refreshing taste, don’t miss this rare ramen on your next visit to Tottori. Just make sure to give yourself plenty of time because lines frequently form at many of the more popular shops, especially during the lunchtime rush! 

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  • It’s snowing a lot in Tottori this year! We really hope that everyone will be able to travel again to see the beautiful scenery of Tottori! 

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  • Goodbye 2020 and hello 2021! Start your new year with a hike to the Akechitoge Pass for an otherworldly view of the sea of clouds. Be sure to get there before sunrise and watch the light slowly breaking through the darkness―this majestic scene is absolutely worth it!

If that’s not enough, join the Japanese in doing “hatsumode”―visit a shrine or a temple to pray for good fortune in the coming year. Head to Ogamiyama Shrine to pray for success in competitions and safe childbirth; Kanemochi Shrine for luck in money; or Hakuto Shrine for love. If you’re really keen, why not consider a shrine-visit tour around Tottori prefecture and gather as much luck as you can for the year ahead?
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  • Happy New Year!

How did you spend the New Year’s holiday?

In Japan, we have a custom of writing our New Year’s resolutions and goals using brush and ink called kakizome. The image shows this year’s kakizome, and it means “please come to Tottori”.

In 2021, we hope that the impact of coronavirus lessens, and everyone will be able to come and visit Japan and Tottori.

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  • Tottori
    The stage is set for your adventure.

    Majestic sand dunes shimmer under resplendent starry skies. Old-growth forests enshroud mountain sanctuaries long protected as the dwelling place of gods. Cultural legacies passed down through the ages lives on in historical shrines and temples. Here, local delicacies prepared with fresh seasonal ingredients punctuate every outdoor adventure. Here, a veritable mountain of unique discoveries awaits. Here, you don’t have to settle for the sights that everyone has already seen.

    Come to Tottori and find a whole new Japan.

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