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February 28, 2019 - Visiting Tottori Sand Dunes and Sand Museum

The Tottori Sand Dunes are designated as a Japanese national natural monument. The scenery was unique as it was an opposite of an oasis in the dessert in my imagination. The overwhelming feeling of seeing the landscape of sand after ascending up the stairs was a memorable experience. Not far from the Sand Dunes stands the Sand Museum where it showcases some extraordinary and real life looking sculptures created by artists from all over the world using the sands from the Dunes. Strongly recommending it to visitors who enjoy art and creativity.

The iconic sand dunes in Tottori.
One of the many real-life looking exhibits.
Simply amazing and breathtaking.

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2019/02/28 - Lunch at Mitaki-En in Tottori
2019/02/28 - Boat Cruise Along the Uradome Coast in Tottori
2019/02/28 - Dinner at Teppanyaki Fumon in Tottori
2019/02/28 - Jinpukaku, Tottori
2019/02/28 - Visiting Tottori Sand Dunes and Sand Museum
2019/02/28 - Lunch at Kaiyotei in Tottori
2019/02/28 - Paper-making at Aoya Washi Studio, Tottori
2019/02/28 - Asian Pear Picking in Tottori
2019/02/28 - Dinner at the Izanro Iwasaki Ryokan, Tottori
2019/02/27 - The Izanro Iwasaki Ryokan in Tottori
2019/02/27 - Nageiri-do Hall at Sanbutsuji Temple (Mt. Mitoku) in Tottori
2019/02/27 - Shukubo at Wakoin Temple (Buddhist cuisine) in Tottori
2019/02/27 - Trip to Tottori (arrival at the Tottori Airport)