(a) Slip distribution of the Tottori earthquake by Nakata et al. (2004). (b) Slip distribution of the Tottori-Ken Seibu earthquake by Kikuchi (2000). (c) The ΔCFF associated with three large earthquakes (the 1927 Tango, 1943 Tottori, and 2000 Tottori-Ken Seibu earthquakes) and recent seismicity. The stars indicate epicenters determined by JMA. The black star indicates the epicenter of the 1925 Kita-Tajima earthquake. The focal mechanisms are based on Kasahara (1957, 1958) for the Tango, Nakata et al. (2004) for the Tottori, and Kikuchi (2000) for the Tottori-Ken Seibu earthquake. The white lines indicate the faults of each earthquake projected on the surface. The bold line in the bottom-right focal mechanism indicates the nodal plane of the receiver fault mechanism. The green circles indicate hypocenters, based on the unified JMA catalog (from October 1997 to May 2010, all magnitudes, depth ≤ 30km).