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Kurashiki Rickshaw Tour
"When you come to Kurashiki and arrive at the older part of town and hop onto a rickshaw any time between 9.30am and 5.30pm you will be transported back in time. Away from navigating around cars strolling on the wide walkway along the historical canal lined with weeping willows you might just find yourself imagining how the city must have been a couple of hundred of years ago. The small side streets are still filled with shops and old warehouses. With the help from our knowledgeable guide learn what an important role Kurashiki played in the past and why it is dotted with buildings belonging distinctly to the Meiji period. The tours described below are model routes. They may be further customized based on your preferred starting an the length of your tour and points of interests.30 Minute OptionStarting with the Kurashiki Monogatarikan
From JPY4,500.00
 
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains Gardens and Hot Springs from Osaka""This is a private day trip with a native English-speaking guide and driver. Kobe is the origin of Kobe beef and has one of the most famous hot springs in Japan Arima Onsen as well as Mt Rokko.Itinerary8:30am - Pick up at your hotel (anywhere in central Osaka).9:30am - Ascend Mt. Rokko via the historic Mt. Rokko Cable Car operating since 1932. This ""funicular"" type ascent is sure to please riders of all ages!  Your private vehicle will reunite with you at the top of the mountain.10:15am - Visit Kobe Botanical Gardens up high on Mt. Rokko. A diverse landscape and flora awaits your discovery in this large garden.12pm - Japanese lunch at Arima Onsen (hot springs).12:45pm - Bathing and relaxing at Arima Onsen where the therapeutic waters have been appreciated by generations. Both indoor and outdoor bathing and soaking facilities are available
From $288.00
 
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains Gardens and Hot Springs from Osaka""This is a private day trip with a native English-speaking guide and driver. Kobe is the origin of Kobe beef and has one of the most famous hot springs in Japan Arima Onsen as well as Mt Rokko.Itinerary8:30am - Pick up at your hotel (anywhere in central Osaka).9:30am - Ascend Mt. Rokko via the historic Mt. Rokko Cable Car operating since 1932. This ""funicular"" type ascent is sure to please riders of all ages!  Your private vehicle will reunite with you at the top of the mountain.10:15am - Visit Kobe Botanical Gardens up high on Mt. Rokko. A diverse landscape and flora awaits your discovery in this large garden.12pm - Japanese lunch at Arima Onsen (hot springs).12:45pm - Bathing and relaxing at Arima Onsen where the therapeutic waters have been appreciated by generations. Both indoor and outdoor bathing and soaking facilities are available
From $288.00

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Ajitsukasa Nomura

Okayama is more of a food city than many traveler's realize and Demi-Katsudon is one of the famous dishes of Okayama. Of all the places where you can try it, Ajitsukasa Nomura is considered by many to...
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Datesoba

Datesoba has been a popular local restaurant for more than 60 years. Although it is counted as one of Okayama's demi-katsudon restaurants, Datesoba's katsudon is very different. While demiglace sauce...
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Kabakuro Maeda

This is a relatively new restaurant that has already gained fame as an Okayama specialty. The dish to order is the Butakaba, charred pork covered in sauce served in a bento-style box over rice. There...
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Taco Style

One of the most missed foods among foreigners in Japan is Mexican food. Although it's true that there are not many Mexican restaurants, they do exist and Taco Style (or Tacostyle) is one of Okayama's...
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Taka Cicak Cafe (Toriikuguru)

The restaurant is a little 3 table shop with delivery to the surrounding areas. They have 3 small dogs they keep behind the desk, they were nice enough and I played with one. I was staying at a hostel...
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Ikiya (Cooking Art of Ikiya)

Ikiya is an excellent bar and restaurant serving local specialties from around the prefecture. The Tsuyama horumon udon and Hiruzen soba are particularly tasty, but they offer Okayama mamakari,...
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Raccos Burger

It can difficult to find good burgers in Japan, because many places serve 'burgers' that taste like meatloaf patties. While Raccos Burger still isn't an American burger, the taste is delicious! It's...
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Gyoza Yatai

Gyouza Yatai is a Chinese restaurant in Okayama. It's pretty spacious and the interior is designed to look like stone with carvings and Chinese motifs. It looks really nice and atmospheric. Some parts...
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HAKUJUJI

Okayama is famous for its fruits, which has naturally made it a great place to get delicious desserts made with local fruits. When they are in season, cakes and pastries here are topped with local...
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Yamato

Yamato is possibly the most famous and most popular restaurant in Okayama among those looking to try Okayama Ramen. There are a few different types but the recommended dish is the Chuuka Soba Ramen...
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Sundar Mahal

For those looking for international cuisine, Sundar Mahal is a great place to get Indian food. Unlike many Indian restaurants in Japan, which serve dishes like beef curry, Sundar Mahal stays true to...
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Fruits-J

Fruits-J is another one of Okayama's famous parfait spots. I wanted to try this parfait because it features Okayama's famous white peaches, which are the best peaches in Japan! The base of this...
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Maru 5 Deli (Marugo Deri)

Maru 5 Deri is a juice and coffee shop. The juices are excellent, fresh-squeezed when you order. Most of the drinks are 400 yen, but some seasonal or special drinks may be 500 yen. Coffee is around...
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Cafe Urbano

Cafe Urbano is one of Okayama's parfait spots. It does have regular food that you can order but since my purpose was to try the city's famous parfaits, I can only really rate the parfait. Cafe...
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Top Hotels in Okayama

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22-10 Moto-machi, Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, 700-0024, Japan
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1-7-36 Furugyocho, Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, 703-8278, Japan
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Nishikimachi 4-11, Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, 700-0902, Japan
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1-2-16 Ekimaecho, Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, 700-0023, Japan
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5-1 Heiwacho, Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, 700-0827, Japan
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15-1 Ekimoto-machi, Okayama, Okayama, 700-0024, jp
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Top Things to Do in Okayama

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Kibiji District (Kibi Plains)

The Tsukuriyama Kofun is a great example of Japanese burial mounds. The keyhole shape, characteristic of Japanese burial mounds, has been well preserved. It is the largest kofun in Okayama prefecture,...
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Korakuen Garden

Now here's one of those all too rare havens from the outside world Overlooked by the Black Castle one can wander around this larger than normal setting. Yes there's a lot of open space but as you wind...
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Okayama Castle

Okayama Castle is a beautiful black castle located next to the lovely Asahi River which was once its moat. Because of its black colour Okayama Castle is also called Ujo or Crow Castle. Okayama Castle...
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Saidaiji Eyo (Hadaka Matsuri)

The Saidaiji Eyo is the largest, most famous, and possibly original hadaka matsuri (Naked Man Festival) in Japan! It's held on the third Saturday in February, the coldest month of the year! It began...
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Handayama Botanical Garden

Handayama Botanical Garden is one of the many options in Okayama for those who like flowers and gardens. It was designed to have something blooming in all seasons of the year, and the layout is...
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Okayama City Museum

The Okayama City Museum (Formerly the Okayama Digital Museum) is often described as an Okayama history museum, and indeed one of the goals of the museum is to foster pride and educate people about...
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