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
|Name||Tottori Sand Dunes|
|Address||2164-661 Fukubecho Yuyama, Tottori, Tottori Prefecture|
|Contact||Telephone 0857-22-3318 (Tottori City Tourism Association) /|
|Open hour||Open 24 hours|
|Access||From 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)|