1. Busy day in Tottori. We visited:
    • The dunes
    • the Sand Museum
    • the Tottori Castle Ruins
    • the Ikeda clan graves
    • Iwami to join a boat tour
    • the Hakuto Shrine

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    The famous dunes of Tottori, Japan’s very own desert.

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    You can dress up in a localised Bedouin costume and ride on camels and dromedaries. Or mount one and have your photo taken.

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    The Sand Museum nearby has annual exhibitions in different regions and countries. In 2018, the Nordic Countries are presented in sand.

    More pics on our FB page:



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    In Iwami, some 15km east of Tottori City, you can take boat tours around the rugged cliffs and enjoy the turquoise waters. Highly recommended!

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    Just west of Tottori City: Hakuto Shrine, where Inaba no Shirousage, the White Hare of Inaba, was saved by Ōnamuchi-no-kami. Wonderful Italian dinner in the otherwise deserted main street of Tottori concluded a long and eventful day.
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