From Sandboarding to Stargazing: Experience Tottori Sand Dunes

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Tottori Sand Dunes, located in Tottori, Japan, is one of the largest sand dunes in Japan, spanning 30 sq km along the coast of the Sea of Japan. Formed over thousands of years, the sand dunes offer unique shapes and patterns created by constant weather changes. Visitors can enjoy activities such as sandboarding, camel rides, paragliding, trekking, stargazing, and visiting the Sand Museum with intricate sculptures. The sand dunes host many events throughout the year, such as the Sand Museum Exhibition, Suna Matsuri, Firefly Festival, Star Festival, and Winter Illumination. The sand dunes have a diverse ecosystem including endangered species like the Tottori wildflower and Tottori Sand Lizard. Visitors are advised to be respectful and follow designated paths and rules to protect the ecosystem. The ecosystem includes Tottori Wildflower, Tottori Sand Lizard, Japanese Pampas Grass, Sand Goby, and Great Egret.

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