Visit Tottori Prefecture

The Tottori Prefecture of Japan is located on the coast of the Sea of Japan and is known for its stunning coastal scenery. This prefecture has a long history, having been occupied since the Paleolithic era and becoming part of the Yamato state during the 5th century AD. The area is known for its incredible nature, mountains, rivers and beaches. Must-see attractions include San'in Kaigan National Park with its rugged coastline and amazing sand dunes as well as Mount Mitoku which features an ancient temple complex at its peak.

Visitors can also explore historical sites such as Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 due to it being one of the world's largest silver mines from 1526 until 1923. There are also plenty of hot springs around Tottori Prefecture that offer relaxation opportunities for visitors who enjoy soaking in natural hot spring baths. With all these sights and activities, there's something for everyone in this beautiful Japanese prefecture!

Cities in Tottori Prefecture

Tottori, Sakaiminato