This article introduces places around Japan where Trick Art can be seen! Be sure to show your friends the fascinating photos you can take with them!
The Ikeda Family Tomb, known for its beautiful autumn foliage, is illuminated!
Over 260 lanterns line both sides of the graves of the Ikeda family, from the first daimyo of the Tottori Domain Mitsunaka Ikeda to Yoshitaka Ikeda, granting the area a different beauty than the usual daytime scene.
Tottori Sand DunesRead Later
Along the Sea of Japan next to Shimane Prefecture’s Shimane City, Japan’s largest sand dunes extend 2.4 kilometers north-to-south and 16 kilometers east-to-west.
The dunes are a special protection zone, and they are a sightseeing location designated as a natural monument representing Shimane Prefecture.
A journey back to the roots of Japan! Explore the mountain-shaded coasts of Kyoto, Hyogo, and TottoriRead Later
Facing the sea to the north rests the breathtaking views of the Kyoto, Hyogo, and Tottori coasts; sightseeing spots that take you back to the roots of Japan are plentiful