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TOTTORI
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After enjoying the scenery at Tokyo Tower, which provides a sweeping view of the global city of Tokyo, head to Nageire-do Hall at Sanbutsuji Temple on Mt. Mitoku, home to the gods and Buddha. Be impressed by the technique of the architecture and then struck by the natural grandeur of the unique, beautiful scenery visible from this hall located on a precipitous cliff.

Official Tokyo Travel Guide
https://www.gotokyo.org/en/

Local government official website
https://www.tottori-tour.jp/en/

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Haneda Airportmore

Haneda Airport

The airport serves as an air gateway for Tokyo. The passenger terminal is filled with various commercial facilities, and visitors can command a panoramic view of Tokyo Bay from the rooftop observation deck, so that every one, even those who are not flying, can enjoy the terminal.

Tokyo Metropolitan Area

Day1

TOKYO

Tokyo Towermore

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Tokyo Tower

This 333 meter tall radio tower was built in 1958. There is an observation platform at 150 meters and a special observation platform at 250 meters. The way it is illuminated at night changes by season and for events. The building at the foot of the tower, 'Foot Town,' houses a wax museum, an aquarium, souvenir shops and restaurants.

Toei Oedo Line Akabanebashi Station → Aoyama-itchome Station
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Aoyama-itchome Station → Omotesando Station Around 25 minutes 280 yen

Omotesandomore

Omotesando

Constructed as the main approach to Meiji-jingu Shrine, this street links JR Harajuku Station and Tokyo Metro Omotesando Station. Japanese zelkova trees line both sides of Omotesando, creating a relaxed atmosphere. There are many stylish stores here, including brand-name shops, cafes and restaurants, and popular spots such as Omotesando Hills and Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku.

Around 15 minutes

Yoyogi Parkmore

Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park is the fifth largest urban park in the 23 wards of Tokyo. It is separated by a road into two sections: Section A is a forest park, and in contrast Section B has an athletics stadium, outdoor stage and other facilities.
This site, once an army drill ground, was used as the Washington Heights U.S. military barracks after the war; it then became the Olympic village for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, and afterwards was opened as a park. Trees that were still young when the park was opened have grown today to form a dense green forest along with those of Meiji Jingu Shrine.

Tokyo Metropolitan Area

Day2

CHUGOKU(TOTTORI)

Haneda Airport

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Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airportmore

Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport

Tottori Airport was given the nickname "Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport" on March 1, 2015 to make use of the national recognition of Tottori Prefecture's symbolic tourist spot, the Tottori Sand Dunes, and of the manga artist Gosho Aoyama, who authored the manga Case Closed (Detective Conan) and is a native of Hokuei Town in Tottori. This airport functions as a "station of the skies" with many fun attractions such as Detective Conan-themed decorations in many places and riddle-solving events (Sat., Sun., and holidays only) held in the airport. This airport is fun as a tourist spot, not just for air travelers, but for all guests.

Around 20 minutes/460 yen by shuttle bus from Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport to Tottori Station

Around 30 minutes/1,740 yen by limited express train from Tottori Station to Kurayoshi Station.

Mitokusan Sanbutsuji Templemore

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Mitokusan Sanbutsuji Temple

Mitokusan Sanbutsuji Temple is a mountain temple on the premises of 900-meter high Mt. Mitoku. The rear temple, called "Nageire-do," is a designated National Treasure and is a rare structure built into a depression on a sheer vertical cliff face. It's unclear when exactly Nageire-do was built, but legend has it that the structure was thrown up ("nageire" in Japanese) from the level ground through the spiritual power of En no Ozuno, the founder of the mountain asceticism-shamanism tradition Shugendo.
While it's necessary to climb a difficult mountain path in order to see Nageire-do up close, there is an observation point located on a road at the mountain base where it can be seen. In addition, Mt. Mitoku and Misasa Onsen were designated as Japan Heritage sites on April 24, 2015 as "Places of purification of the six roots of perception and healing of the six senses - Japan's most dangerous national treasure and one of the world's finest radon hot springs."

Around 30 minutes/380 yen by bus from the Mitoku bus stop to Misasa Shoko Center

Misasa Hot Springs

Day3

Misasa Hot Springs

Around 30 minutes/470 yen by bus from Misasashoko Center to Kurayoshi Station.

Around 30 minutes/1,740 yen by limited express train from Kurayoshi Station to Tottori Station.
Around 20 minutes/370 yen by bus from Tottori Station to Sakyu Higashiguchi bus stop. Around 15 minutes by foot from the bus stop.

Sankouenmore

Sankouen

Picking pears will engross men and women, young and old. You can enjoy picking a variety of pears from late July to late November. You can also enjoy all-you-can eat pears for 1,000 yen for adults and 900 yen for children. Don't worry about the weather when planning a visit here.

6 minutes by foot

Tottori Sand Dunes, The Sand Museummore

Tottori Sand Dunes, The Sand Museum

The Tottori Sand Dunes are located in an area of the San'in Kaigan Geopark and are Japan's second largest sand dunes, stretching 2.4km south-to-north and 16km east-to-west. The wind ripple patterns on the sand created by winds from the Sea of Japan are very beautiful and charm the hearts of all who see them. In one corner of the Tottori Sand Dunes is the world's first Sand Museum dedicated to exhibiting sculptures made of sand. The basic concept of The Sand Museum is "World Tour on Sand," with their theme changing every year. The world's top sand sculptors create intricate works with powerful presence here.

Around 20 minutes/370 yen by bus from Sakyu Higashiguchi bus stop.

Tottori Green Hotel Morris

Day4

Tottori Green Hotel Morris

47 minutes/580 yen from JR Tottori Station to Chizu Station on the Inbi Line. Around 11 minutes by foot from the station.

Ishitani Residencemore

Ishitani Residence

An example of contemporary Japanese architecture in the once flourishing post town of Chizu, Tottori Prefecture, the residence has been designated an Important Cultural Property. The magnificent residence is regarded a masterpiece of contemporary Japanese architecture that blends various styles, and is worth seeing!

Around 11 minutes by foot from Chizu Station. 47 minutes/580 yen from Chizu Station to Tottori Station on the Inbi Line.

Around 20 minutes/460 yen by shuttle bus from Tottori Station to Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport.

Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport

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