At Tottori Sand Dunes visitors can take in beautiful views from the observation tower or ride a camel along the white sands. These dunes are said to be one of Japan's most popular attractions for both locals and tourists alike. The historical sites are also well worth visiting for those looking to soak up some culture during their travels. Choko-ji Temple is an especially noteworthy temple that was built over 300 years ago near Lake Nakaumi and showcases intricate architecture diverse artwork. Lastly, travelers should be sure to experience therapeutic hot spring baths at either Lu Qiao Wen Quan (Midorigaoka Onsen) or Dong Shan Wen Quan (Higashiyama Onsen).
Kuratahachimangu, Hotel Monarque Tottori, Hotel Resh Tottori Ekimae, Niji, Wellness Inn Inabaji, The Sand Museum, Sightseeing Plantation Sono Hashimoto, Tottori Prefectural Museum, Jubako Greens, Kansuitei Kozeniya, Genchuji, Ichigyoji
Jinpukaku, Watanabe Museum, Ichigyoji, Yamabiko hall, Scallion field, Genchuji, Malyama Sea cave, Tottori Sakyu Kodomo-no-kuni, The Sand Museum, Tottori City Children's Science Museum, Sightseeing Plantation Sono Hashimoto, Tottori Prefectural Museum, Ouchidani Park, Jubako Greens, Tottori Sand Dunes, Tottori Sakyu ParaGlider School, Kuratahachimangu, Shinkyoji Park