Daisen-Oki National Park (Tottori, Okatyama, Shimane)
Attractions: oldest shrine in Japan, volcanoes, ocean views
Daisen-Oki National Park, stretched out along the Sea of Japan, includes the Shimane Peninsula and the Oki Islands. Mt. Daisen is the volcanic mountain range located on the eastern side of the park that is also known as the "Mt. Fuji" of the Tottori prefecture. The Izumo Taisha, one of the oldest and most mysterious shrine in Japan, is located on the western end of the Shimane Peninsula. The Oki Islands, located off the north coast of the Shimane Peninsula, are most famous for their beautiful seascapes feauturing bluffs and cave.