Tottori Prefecture is home to Japan's largest sand dunes.
The Tottori Sand Dunes extend 16 km east-to-west and 2.4 km north-to-south, and are the only coastal sand dunes in Japan designated a natural monument.
Here, you will find The Sand Museum.
The museum has scultpures on display made entirely from sand.
Mitokusan Sanbutsuji Temple (Nageire-do), a mountain temple on top of 900-meter high Mt. Mitoku, is designated a National Treasure, and is a rare structure built into a depression on a sheer vertical cliff face.
Sakaiminato City is the home of Shigeru Mizuki, the famous author of GeGeGe no Kitaro. Mizuki Shigeru Road stretches 800 meters from JR Sakaiminato Station where you will find 177 bronze "yokai" statues along it.
Tottori's specialty is Matsuba-gani snow crab, said to be a winter delight.
Sakaiminato port catches the most crabs in Japan, including Matsuba-gani snow crabs.