There are many famous mountains in Japan, but the mountain located in the west of Tottori Prefecture does not have any sense of existence here, because one is remote from Tottori, and the other is that the name of this mountain is really low. Easy. Basically, don't think about it. It takes a long time to drive just to get into the mountain.
Dashan Temple is located halfway up the mountain. There is a large parking lot below, with a visitor center and parking lot. Of course, you can drive directly to the entrance of the temple when there is no one, because the parking lot is actually far away.
The entire Dashan Temple has a very long history. It is a very simple wooden building. There are no traces of new buildings. In addition, there are no tourists here, so it is very quiet. After buying a ticket at the entrance, you can climb all the way up, but there are not many buildings to visit. There is a legendary descending magic pestle and a god cow. If you don’t have a lot of fun, you can go out along the back door to the Okumiya on the side of Oyama Shrine and continue to visit, but the road is far away, so you must be prepared.
If it doesn't rain, the air here is really fresh. It feels great to climb the mountain and exercise while breathing fresh air. Unfortunately, as a tourist who can't move his legs every day, it is still a bit tired. Also note that it’s dark in the mountains early, and the shop closes early. If you want to buy souvenirs, remember to ask early
[Scenery] We are waiting at the corner of Dasan Temple to see the torch parade held the night before the opening of Dashan Xiashan. The flame of the torch came in the distance, making me feel as if I was in a fantastic and extraordinary space.
[Fun] Many people participated in the flashlight parade this time, so it took more than an hour from start to finish. However, one view is still a good point
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The teak forest in the "Oyama National Park" is the largest in West Japan. The mountain of 1,709 meters is the highest peak in the Sanyo Sanin region. Each year, the whole mountain top is dyed into seven colors from late October to early November. It is very beautiful! Viewing period: late October ～ early November traffic mode: about 25 minutes from JR "Yonago" station