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Ranking of the top 10 spots related to popular souvenir shops in Tottori

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There are many tourist attractions in Tottori that you should visit when you come to Tottori, such as Michi-no-Eki: Mythological Village White Rabbit, Sand Museum Shop, and Tottori Sand Dunes Kaikan. Among the many tourist attractions, we introduce the best spots for those who are interested in souvenir shops, in order of popularity and attention based on word-of-mouth reviews and number of accesses by tripnote users.

1. Roadside Station, Village of Myth, White Rabbit


Buy Tottori souvenirs and enjoy original gourmet food

Mythological Village White Rabbit" is a roadside station located along Route 9. Mikoto-kun, a white rabbit and honorary station master, welcomes visitors. Inside the roadside station, there is a seafood restaurant and a food court that serves burgers made from local ingredients, allowing visitors to taste original gourmet food. In addition, there is a corner that provides information on sightseeing in Tottori, and you can also get information on hot springs, gourmet foods, and other special deals... At the souvenir corner, you can buy famous confections representing Tottori, such as "Inaba no Shiro Usagi" and "Shiro Usagi Financier," which offers the savory taste of Daisen butter and almonds.

2. Sand Museum Shop


Get souvenirs that you can only buy here!

The Sand Museum Shop is located next to the Sand Museum, which specializes in sand sculptures. Various types of souvenirs are sold here, including standard sand dune souvenirs, Tottori's famous sweets, processed Rakkyo (Japanese Rakkyo) products, and more. Of particular interest here are the original goods of the Sand Museum! The Sand Museum candy (350 yen per piece), sand sculpture clear files (300 yen per sheet), ballpoint pens filled with sand (400 yen), and many other original stationery items are on sale here. The theme of the sand sculptures on display changes every year, and each time the sand sculptures are redone, the store offers a wide range of goods not only for the current theme, but also for the past.

3. Tottori Sand Dunes Kaikan


Crowded with many tourists as a rest spot for walking in Tottori Sand Dunes.

Dunes Kaikan" is a facility that serves as a base for sightseeing in the dunes. It has a store where you can buy souvenirs and a restaurant where you can taste gourmet food using Tottori ingredients, and is crowded with many tourists as a rest spot for strolling around the Tottori Sand Dunes.

The store offers unique products such as sweets made from Nijusseiki pears and "Pair Moai 25" (650 yen including tax) filled with sand from the dunes, which are exclusive to Tottori Sand Dunes.

In addition, at the café on the first floor, visitors can taste sweets associated with the Tottori Sand Dunes. The menu includes the "Sand Dune Sundae" made with 20th Century pear jelly topped with camel-shaped cookies, soybean flour and soft-serve ice cream, and the "Sand Dune Rakkyo Burger" (500 yen including tax), a cutlet sandwiched between rakyo and original tsukudani (food boiled in soy sauce). If you find something on the menu that interests you, be sure to give it a try.

4. Akagawara Ichigokan


Renovated from an old warehouse that used to be a malt factory for a large old soy sauce shop.

The "Akagawara Ichigokan" was built in a renovated warehouse that used to be a large old soy sauce mill. Inside the building, you will find souvenirs representing Tottori Prefecture and specialties of Kurayoshi, as well as handmade accessories and crape crafts. Please enjoy the modern space and find souvenirs unique to Kurayoshi.

5. Roadside Station Wakaurazakura Sakuriboshi


Wakazakura-machi's product center! A great place to pick up souvenirs!

Michi no Eki Wakasakura (Roadside Station) Wakasakura "Sakuribo" is a 5-minute walk from Wakasakura Station. As the center of goods sales in Wakasakura Town, it offers a wide variety of local specialties, vegetables, confections, and crafts, making it a great place to pick out souvenirs.

In addition, there is a cafeteria, an information corner where road conditions and sightseeing information are introduced, and an Aji Kobo where visitors can try their hand at making local products, with the cafeteria being particularly popular. The cafeteria is particularly popular, and you can enjoy country cooking and gibier cuisine that uses plenty of local ingredients, so please use it for lunch.

6. Shop Bochabocha


A store selling many unique local souvenirs

This store is located next to the public bathhouse "Tamawari no Yu" in the hot spring plaza of Misasa Onsen, and sells many unique local souvenirs.

7. Conan Department Store


Shop featuring a large selection of original Conan merchandise

The Conan Department Store sells Conan goods and souvenirs of Tottori Prefecture. Many original goods only available here are sold, so fans especially should not miss this shop!

8. Daisen Sando Market (Montbell Friend Market)


A store owned by "Montbell"! Sells specialties and souvenirs from the Daisen area, as well as outdoor equipment.

This store is owned by Montbell, a general outdoor manufacturer, and sells specialties and souvenirs from the Daisen area, as well as outdoor and mountaineering equipment. There is also a café where you can taste local gourmet food. The store is very useful not only for visitors to Daisenji Temple and tourists, but also for those who are planning to climb Mt.

9. Roadside Station Hawaii


Roadside station with spectacular views of Lake Togo and Mt.

Michi-no-Eki Hawaii is located along Route 9, north of Lake Togo. It is well-equipped with an information corner, a direct sales shop for agricultural products, local specialties, and a restaurant. Fresh seafood from the Sea of Japan, shijimi clam from Togo Pond, "nebari-kko" agricultural products that are stickier than dune yam, and seasonal vegetables are available at reasonable prices.

From the observatory on the premises, visitors can enjoy a spectacular view of Lake Togo and Mt. Togo Pond to the south, the Sea of Japan to the north, and Mt. Daisen and other mountains on a clear day, and is also registered as a "Japan Night View Heritage Site.

Please stop by for a meal break or to pick up a souvenir.

10. Roadside Station Oku Daisen


Soft cream made with 100% blueberries

At "Roadside Station Oku Daisen" in Efu Town, Hino-gun, western Tottori, visitors can enjoy "blueberry soft serve ice cream". The ice cream is made from 100% blueberries grown at Oku Daisen Blueberry Farm, one of the largest blueberry farms in Japan, and its juiciness fills your mouth with delight with just one bite. It tastes as if the blueberry juice is directly made into soft serve ice cream, with just the right amount of sweetness and sourness!

Original article in Japanese