Many travelers to Japan often spend all their time in big cities like Osaka and Tokyo. While those cities are undeniably awesome, there are numerous travel destinations in Japan for nature lovers. In vlogger Kim Dao’s latest video, she takes you to one such place: Tottori Prefecture (Japanese: 鳥取県). Kim entitled this video, “JAPAN TRAVEL VLOG: Tottori Prefecture | Explore Japan’s countryside”
This video starts out with a mini-montage of all the major sites Kim Dao saw on her three-day voyage to the Tottori Prefecture. She says she was able to go on this awe-inspiring trip thanks to the company Odigo Travel. Learn more: https://www.odigo.jp/profile/kimdao
Kim Dao’s trip began in Haneda Airport in Tokyo. After she gets her Starbucks fix, she hops on a plane to Tottori Airport. She then rents a car at Tottori Station and starts cruising around the prefecture. Learn more: https://www.pinterest.com/kimdaoblog
The first stop on Kim’s tour of the region is to the sand dunes. Kim Dao says that the Tottori Sand Dunes is actually the largest desert-like area in all of Japan. Kim rents a ride on a camel to explore the sand dunes in style.
When Kim Dao wakes up in her hotel the next day, she decides to go to a nearby convenience store and stock up on foods and drinks. She says that the places she’s visiting today probably won’t have convenience stores, so she wants to be sure she won’t starve.
After she’s done shopping at Family Mart, Kim Dao jumps in her white car and drives to the Daisenho Farm. She films all the cute cows that are just chilling around this region. Kim then purchases “all you can drink” milk for $2.70. The milk served at this farm comes from the local cows.
On Kim Dao’s third day, she visits Shirakabe Dozogun and Machiya Seisuian. She also drinks from a natural water spring that’s high in radium content.
Learn more here: http://www.kimdaoblog.com/