Tottori Prefecture Film Commission
Newly listed locations
Tottori Castle RuinsTottori City, Tottori Prefecture
Tottori Castle was originally built in 1532 and served as the regional center of power during the Sengoku Period. During the Edo Period, it was owned by the Ikeda Clan. Today the stone walls and a ...
Yonago Castle RuinsYonago city, Tottori prefecture
Yonago Castle was built sometime in the late 15th century and became the leading fortification in the San-in region after additional constructions. It was built on top of Mt. Minato, a point of str...
JinpūkakuTottori City, Tottori Prefecture
Jinpūkaku is a white French Renaissance style residence built in 1907. Several TV and film shootings have been done. The building, which was designated an Important Cultural Properties of Japan in ...
AoyaTottori City, Tottori Prefecture
Vast coast. Many surfers visit the beach on weekends.
Yonago Public HallYonago City, Tottori Prefecture
Built in 1958 and fully renovated in 1980, this building is the center of culture in Yonago City. The most distinctive feature of the hall’s design is its external appearance, said to resemble a gr...
Former Yamagata Elementary SchoolChizucho, Tottori Prefecture
This building, built in 1942, was used as an elementary (primary) school for 70 years. A two-story wooden building with an iron plate roof, it is very large for a school and has a characteristic h...
Tottori duneYuyama, Tottori, Tottori Prefecture 689-0105
most famous dune in Japan
Okudaisen & MitsukueMitsukue, Kofu, Hino District, Tottori prefecture
A popular spot for artists and photographers eager to capture rustic thatched-roof huts and scenery, Okudaisen’s Mitsukue area offers a nostalgic look at the landscape of old Japan against the back...
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Its 700 m-long approach is paved with natural stones.
Japan's largest Gongen-styale Building.
Daisen-ji TempleDaisen, Daisen-cho, Saihaku District, Tottori prefecture
his is the historical temple at the side of the Chuugoku Region’s highest mountain. During the temple’s golden age in the Heian Period, Mt Daisen housed over one hundred temples and 3,000 monks, it...