Tottori Sand Dunes & San’in Kaigan Geopark
- Koyama Pond
- This is Japan’s largest "Pond" whose shoreline is 16km and water surface is 6.8㎢. It is also called "Kasumi-ko" (a misty pond) because it often gets hazed in spring. "Ishigama Fishing" to catch carp and crucian carp is Koyama Pond’s traditional event in winter.
"Aoshima", the island situated in the center of the pond is a scenic spot of cherry blossoms and the setting sun. Besides, on the pond shore, one of the battle fields during the Sengoku period, Tsuzurao Castle Ruins are situated.
- Amedaki Waterfalls Area
- Amedaki is a waterfall whose height is 40m and located upstream of Fukuro River rising Mt. Oginosen. The appearance of the waterfall on the precipitous cliff with a roaring sound makes us imagine a mysterious solitude. The large and small 48 waterfalls, including Hakodaki and Nunobiki-no-taki, exist near Amedaki, one of 100 selections of Japanese waterfalls.
- Uradome Coast Sightseeing Ship
- You are sure to be greatly impressed to see the unique rocks, dynamic scenes, and beautiful view of the underwater, during the little voyage. The technique of the ship pilots sailing through rocks and reefs is also the attraction of the sightseeing ship.