Living in Tottori
Tottori Prefecture, located in the Chugoku region of Japan, has a population of 584,892, making it the least populous prefecture in all of Japan. The prefecture grows many produce which are shipped to all major cities in Japan and its economy is heavily dominated by such agriculture. Tottori City, the capital of Tottori Prefecture, with a population of 200,000, has a large number of Meiji-era Western-style structures, giving the city a European feel. The largest sand dunes in Japan, the Tottori-sakyu Sand Dunes are located near Tottori City. Sakaiminato City, a fishing port in Tottori Prefecture, is known for large catches of maguro and crab, yokai phantom statues, and a beautiful walking path along its beach.
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