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A city in Japan is having a with graffiti. However, it is not the usual of graffiti with paint from spray cans being used to write on . It is graffiti in sand. Officials in the city of Tottori are asking to refrain from writing messages and pictures in the sand of its sand dunes. The officials said the graffiti causes to the dunes and destroys the others get in looking at the sand. They said that more than 3,300 cases of 'sand graffiti' have occurred at the tourist hotspot in the decade. The Mainichi newspaper said there were more than 200 reported last year. In January, two overseas tourists were ordered to erase a 25-metre-long that read: 'Happy Birthday Natalie'.

The Tottori Sand Dunes are throughout Japan for their natural . They are the largest and longest sand dunes in the country and form of a scenic geo-coastal park on the Sea of Japan . The biggest dune is 50 metres high. The dunes stretch for 16 kilometres along the . The local government wants to improve tourists' of the importance of the dunes. It will set up more in English, Chinese and Korean asking people to respect the dunes. More and more tourists are visiting the site year. A spokesman said: "We are concerned about the rules are fully understood, but we want to continue to protect of the beautiful sand dunes."

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