Kurashikikan is a Western-style wooden building in the Kurashiki Bikan District. It was built in 1917 as the town hall of Kurashiki. It is currently a tourist information center in Kurashiki. It is also a place where you can rest for free. There are vending machines and coin-operated lockers. The Kurashiki Museum is undergoing maintenance and renovation until September 2019, and the temporary sightseeing case is located in the Kurashiki Monogatari Museum.
The whole small city is like Kyoto. There is a river as the main river. There are rickshaws on both sides, shops, etc., and willow trees. The whole environment is very comfortable. I regret that I didn't go boating on the river. It should be quite interesting.
When I traveled to Kurashiki, it happened to be the typhoon. The streets did not appear lively, the rare sightseeing area was not crowded, and there were very few tourists in Korakuen. It just happened to be able to roam this beautiful mountain city and it was worth coming again.
The scenery is really beautiful. During the tour, I saw Japanese people wearing kimonos taking wedding photos. Fortunately, it is said that Japanese people also like it, so it is also the first choice for Japanese people to take wedding photos. I highly recommend it to Everyone o
Picturesque scenery, many places like Japan, very pleasant
Preston_Dominguez: 1-4-8 Chuo, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter,Kurashikikan,Ohara Museum of Art,Kurashiki Archaeological Museum,Imabashi Bridge