Mt. Daisen, situated in the western part of Tottori, was chosen as one of the best 100 mountains in Japan. It is actually the generic term for a chain of eight mountains with Mt. Tsuru-ga-mine, 1,711 meters above sea level, as its highest peak. It belongs to Daisen-Oki National Park. It is the highest peak in the Chugoku region and has historically been regarded and worshipped as a sacred mountain.
Sheer cliffs stand out on the northern side of Mt. Daisen, but a view from Yonago reveals the elegance of the mountain that is also known as "Hoki Fuji." Daisen-ji Temple, located on the mountain, is an old temple which is said to have been established around the year 720, and the nearby Reiho-kaku Treasure Hall, Amida-do, and Okumiya of Ogamiyama-jinja Shrine are also considered to be holy sites. The towering cliffs on the eastern side of Daisen-ji Temple Hondo (the main inner temple) are called Kin-mon (Golden Gate), and this is the best spot from which to view the north wall of Mt. Daisen.


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Hotel Daisen Shirogane

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      • Area : Daisenji, Tottori, JP
      • Type : Ryokan
      • Code : 7032-001

      The largest mountain hotel in the west of Japan, located in the Daisen national park. We have our own ski resort, Daisen Kokusai Ski resort (8 ski lifts and Lodge Oyama) which are popular as well.

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