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It’s time to discover Tottori!
Tottori (鳥取市 Tottori-shi) is the capital city of Tottori Prefecture in the Chūgoku region of Japan.
Tottori is famous for a lot of highly sought-after seafood including mosa shrimp (mosa-ebi), iwagaki oysters, white squid, and the matsuba crab.

How to go to Tottori

By Flight (Domestic)
Tokyo <——> Tottori (1 Hour 10 Minutes)
Tokyo <——> Yonago (1 Hour 15 Minutes)

By Bus
Tokyo <——> Tottori (9 Hours 35 Minutes)
Osaka <——> Tottori (3 Hours)
Hiroshima <——> Tottori (5 Hours 30 Minutes)
By Train
Tokyo <——> Tottori (5 Hours 20 Minutes)
Osaka <——> Tottori (2 Hours 30 Minutes)
Hiroshima <——> Tottori (2 Hours 40 Minutes)

Tottori Ground Packages

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5D4N Tottori Special
(Private Guide Tour)

Tour code: TOT-PGT
Travel Period: Open Date
Minimum: 2 To-go
 our Guide & Guide Fees
 Private Airport transfer
 Ground transportation

From RM

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5D4N Tottori Explorer
(Sand Dunes Museum + Detective Conan)

Tour code: OSK-TT11/MAR21
Travel Period: Now Till 31 Mar 2021
Booking Period: Now Till 20 MAR 2021
Minimum: 2 To-go
 3D2N Rental Car
 5 Days Kansai Wide Area Pass
 Daily Breakfast

From RM

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5D4N Experience “Tottori Japan’s Sand Dunes”
Tour code: OSA-TT07/OCT20
Travel Period: Now – 31 Oct 2020
Booking Period: Now – 20 Oct 2020
Minimum: 4 To-go
  FREE – 1 Day Osaka Amazing Pass
 2 Days Tottori Tour with English Speaking Guide
 Airport Transfer (Seat in Coach)

From RM


Tottori Attraction Places


Jinpukaku is called “Palace of the Wind of Virtue” and was built in 1907 by Ikeda clan, Nakahiro Ikeda. Jinpukaku was the first building in Tottori to have electric power and the preserved wooden toilet, providing a rare insight into how modern ladies and gents of the time relieved themselves.

Shirakabe Dozogun
Shirakabe Dozogun is a town with numerous tasteful buildings built 100 to 150 years ago, its also Winning the award for most cinematic setting is the historic castle town of Kurayoshi in the center of Tottori Prefecture

Mitokusan Sanbutsuji Nageiredo
Mt. Mitoku has been worshiped as a sacred place of mountain buddhism for over 1300 years. The spiritual power of the founder of the mountain asceticism-shamanism tradition Shugendo, En no Ozuno

20th Century Pears Museum
A memorial museum whose theme is 20th century pears. Don’t miss out see the giant “nashi” pear tree with branches spreading out over a 10-meter radius greets visitors at the entrance of a museum.

Beaches & Sands

Tottori Sand Dunes
The Tottori Sand Dunes the largest sand dunes in Japan and Tottori’s most famous tourist attraction. The sand dunes may look like a desert. When season winter being covered in a blanket of snow.

Sand Museum
A unique museum that displays large sand sculptures by artists from around the world. The Sand Museum are created the “Tottori Sand Dunes,” a formative beauty created over the years.

Uradome Coast
The Uradome Coast in Tottori Prefecture is one of the Geosites that is part of the UNESCO Global Geopark. Kayaking in clear-bottomed vessels has become a popular way to view the colorful marine life and explore the numerous small inlets and caves

Nature & Forest

Mt. Daisen
The tallest in the Chugoku Region and is included on the list of Japan’s 100 famous mountains. With a beautiful shape resembling Mt. Fuji, Mt. Daisen is one of the symbols representing Tottori Prefecture.

Tottori Hanakairo Flower Park
Tottori Hanakairo Flower Park is one of the largest flower parks in Japan. Floral dreamscape presided over by Mt. Daisen, a variety of seasonal flowers at a 50 meters and is the one of the best views in the whole region.


Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory
A memorial museum whose theme is 20th century pears. Don’t miss out see the giant “nashi” pear tree with branches spreading out over a 10-meter radius greets visitors at the entrance of a museum.

Mizuki Shigeru

In Mizuki Shigeru Museum on the road, there are lots of impressive Yokai artworks and you can experience the Mizuki world here. Don’t miss out experience to see the illustration and signature drawn by Mizuki Shigeru himself.