天生哥The first reaction of sand dunes + sea = There are two ways to climb the sand dunes in Tottori. You can choose a safer slope, or you can challenge straight "cliffs" with difficulty. I didn't expect it to be half desert and half sea in winter. Covered with thick snow, it is like a dreamlike wonderland. When there is wind, you can see wind patterns and sand curtains!
E35***38if you are into castles and architecture, you should visit himeji castle. The wonders of how they build during that era is amazing and one wonders how they even came up with the idea for the structure. Warning, be prepared to climb vertical stairs... like 45 degrees with low ceiling. Overall, it was a beautiful experience.
fyqj1234In addition to the big sand dunes, the most famous sand dune museum is this sand dune museum, which is highly recommended. A large number of sand sculpture artworks are displayed here, created by sand sculpture artists from all over the world, and in order to maintain attractiveness, a world region is selected as the theme every year. The entire venue is built according to the theme, and the exhibition is rebuilt in the next year. There is artistic value.
Because the theme is different each year, the theme of 2019 is South Asian style. The main feature is the historical style of India. It is very gorgeous and exquisite. You can see the statue of Gandhi as soon as you enter the door, and then a series of various life scenes of South Asian style. Although they are sand sculptures, I have to marvel at the exquisite degree of these sand sculptures. The three-dimensional processing is very delicate. The biggest theme sand sculpture in the museum area is a story of a South Asian marriage, with many characters in the scene.
If you think it’s just sand sculptures from India, you’re wrong. In fact, there are Shakyamuni’s teachings, the Bamiyan Buddha in Central Asia, the Lion Rock in Sri Lanka, and so on. Every subject can be said to be vivid.
There are three floors in the museum. You can get a better panoramic view on the top. You can also buy Indian curries and art museum souvenirs. There are also photos of works from the past years on the side wall. The second floor is mainly a platform exit, you can go out and look at the big sand dunes directly.
Tickets are not expensive, adults only need 600 yen, and you can also use UnionPay cards. It must be a place worth visiting
轻轻的一个蚊Haogu Garden is composed of nine independent and carefully restored samurai residences and their courtyards. The Edo-style courtyard has waterfalls, carp ponds, pavilions, rockeries, and shrubs. The scenery is the best in spring and autumn. Many Japanese historical dramas were filmed at this time, and there was also a quiet tea room. It was the autumn leaf season, where women in costumes gathered for tea.