Tottori Sand Dunes (Tottorisakyu), Japan

For the highlights of Tottori prefecture The first place that you must not miss is Tottori Sand Dunes (Tottorisakyu). The symbol of Tottori Prefecture Japan’s tallest sand dune Is a natural wonder It is believed that the sand that has been blown from the landscape of the landscape of Chugoku and has accumulated over a hundred thousand years.

This desert-like sandy beach stretches 16 kilometres east-west and lasts 2 kilometres north-south. The footprints on the sand change according to wind and weather. Aside from taking a walk and admiring the Tassanee image, unlike anywhere else There are many other activities such as camel riding, sand boarding or hang gliding.

The cost of riding a camel

1 round camel ride (and can take pictures with camels) 1 person 1300 yen / 2 people 2500 yen up, sit on a camel still, then take a photo 500 yen each, stand to take a picture with the camel Or take a camel picture only for 100 yen each. Caution: Do not take a camel without permission. Must pay the money before being able to shoot

NameTottori Sand Dunes
Address2164-661 Fukubecho Yuyama, Tottori, Tottori Prefecture
ContactTelephone 0857-22-3318 (Tottori City Tourism Association) /
Open hourOpen 24 hours
AccessFrom JR “Tottori Station”, take the Fixed Route Bus bound for “Tottori Sand Dunes”. Get off at “Tottori Sand Dunes” (KirinJishi Loop Bus is available on Saturday. Sunday and holidays)

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