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Tottori Prefecture, located in the Chugoku region of Honshu Island, Japan, is a haven for nature lovers and history buffs alike. Known for the Tottori Sand Dunes, the largest in Japan, and the enchanting Uradome Coast, Tottori offers a unique blend of panoramic landscapes. The prefecture also boasts rich historical sites, such as the well-preserved Tottori Castle ruins and the traditional town of Kurayoshi. For those interested in Japanese folklore, the Mizuki Shigeru Road, dedicated to the manga artist and creator of “GeGeGe no Kitaro,” offers a fascinating cultural experience.


By Air:

  • Tottori Sakyu Conan Airport is the main airport serving Tottori Prefecture. There are direct flights from Tokyo Haneda Airport, taking approximately 1 hour 20 minutes.
  • From Tokyo: JAL offers flights from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Tottori Sakyu Conan Airport. The flight takes about 1 hour 20 minutes and costs around 20,000 to 45,000 yen one way.

By Train:

  • From Tokyo: Take the Shinkansen (bullet train) from Tokyo to Okayama, which takes about 3.5 hours. Then transfer to the Limited Express Super Inaba to Tottori, which takes about 2.5 hours. The total cost is around 15,000 yen one way.
  • From Osaka: From Shin-Osaka Station, take the Limited Express Super Hakuto to Tottori, which takes about 2.5 hours and costs around 6,000 yen one way.
  • From Hiroshima: Take the Shinkansen to Okayama, then transfer to the Limited Express Super Inaba to Tottori. The total travel time is about 3 hours and costs around 9,000 yen one way.

By Bus:

  • From Tokyo: An overnight bus from Tokyo to Tottori takes about 9 hours and costs around 8,000 to 10,000 yen one way.
  • From Osaka: Buses from Osaka to Tottori take about 3 hours and cost around 3,500 yen one way.



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