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The Sand Museum

2083-17 Yuyama Hukubecho, Tottori 689-0105, Tottori Prefecture
+81 857-20-2231
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Tottori Sand Museum

Every year, the sand sculptures created by international artists and have different themes, 2017... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
eTaka
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Tokyo, Japan
Impressive

After going to sand dune, we went to The Sand Museum. The theme is "The United States of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
mwfwinnie
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Hong Kong, China
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2083-17 Yuyama Hukubecho, Tottori 689-0105, Tottori Prefecture
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Every year, the sand sculptures created by international artists and have different themes, 2017 upto Jan 3 2018, the theme is American history and culture. The museum is short walk from the Sand dunes and contains large indoor sand sculptures so magnificent to see but...More

Thank eTaka
Reviewed 1 week ago

After going to sand dune, we went to The Sand Museum. The theme is "The United States of America". It was amazing to see such beautiful sand sculptures, the details are incredible! Ticket fee is just 600 Yen. It’s really worth to it. Don't miss...More

Thank mwfwinnie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Just opposite the dune is the sand museum. Beautifully craft. November theme is the USA. Easy to get to as it has direct bus access.

Thank quack23
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Craftsmanship, design, imagination, replicas are worth visiting. I just came by to visit since I went to sand dune, but once stepping inside OMG it is really great and shown their true efforts to make this museum happen The place is rather small in my...More

Thank Petcharat S
Reviewed 17 October 2017

We spent a couple of days in Tottori between being in Tokyo, Kobe, and Osaka and honestly this was one of the highlights of the trip. Cheap to get in (600 Yen) and so impressive. I didn't actually know that sand sculpture on this scale...More

1  Thank ynwanfield
Reviewed 6 October 2017 via mobile

The entrance ticket is ¥600 and if you buy the ticket from Tottori tourist information Centre, you can get ¥100 discount off. This year's theme is "The United States of America". Suggest you watch the short movie briefing how the team members overcome the difficulties...More

Thank Lilyckc
Reviewed 9 August 2017

The sand dune is a nice place to visit. You can walk around and take nice pictures around. The Sand Museum is worth to visit. The sculpture is good.

1  Thank Yuk_ma
Reviewed 6 July 2017

amazing large sand sculptures in open air display, very impressive and highly recommended if you are visiting Tottori Sand Dunes!

Thank Kerry L
Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

The Sand Museum is a must visit when you come to Tottori . All the sculptures here are made by sands and all of it are very detailed sculptures. Do come here first before heading to the Sand Dunes .

1  Thank kelvin c
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Impressive displays of various themes made by sand. The sand sculptures with great details are great work of art. The entrance fee is 600 yen, but the ticket can be brought at the Tourist information office / desk at JR Tottori station for a discount...More

1  Thank Ronald K
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