Oct/23 - 25, 2020 Daisen Wagasa Fantasy Nights3.9
from 10/23 '20 to 10/25 '20
Tottori Prefecture is famous for wagasa(Japanese umbrella) production.
At Daisen Temple in the middle of Mt. Daisen in Tottori Prefecture, the "Daisen Wagasa Fantasy Nights" is held on August and October. It is the event of lighting-up of Japanese Umbrellas(Wagasa).
Approximately 120 colorful umbrellas are lined up along the approach to Daisen Temple and lit with sacred lights at night. It creates an out-of-this-world atmosphere.
October 23, 24, 25
7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Fee: 1,000 yen (free for kids of elementary age or younger)
Fee zone: Daisen-ji Sanmon Gate~Ogamiyama Shrine approach~Daisen-ji Main Hall
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Purposeinstagrammable,spiritual places,Traditional folk,night view,nature,shrine/temple,autumn foliage,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Yonago Sta. (about 18.3km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.04 months ago
Mount Daisen (大山, Daisen) is a large, volcanic mountain that rises up from sea level to dominate the terrain of western Tottori Prefecture. Part of Daisen-Oki National Park, the 1729 meter high mountain is the tallest in the Chugoku Region and is included on the list of Japan's 100 famous mountains.
4.08 months ago
The foot bath was air temperature.
The hike was easy.
A very peaceful place.
I did not have time to try hiking up the mountain but it does not seem like a long route.
3.0a year ago
Closed as of today, but was great the we could still ring the giant bell.
5.0a year ago
I love Daisen, it's beautiful in all seasons and definitely worth the climb. Make sure you go up to Ogamiyama shrine via the 800 year old paved road!
5.0a year ago
Very cool temple. There is a small fee of 300 yen but it is worth it. There are a ton of small paths all around to walk and do trekking. There is also a river and a waterfall nearby you can go to. After visiting the temple you can walk around a bit and then stop to have something for lunch in the small town right next to the temple.