Tom HungThis area is selected according to the scenic area of Kurashiki City, including the whole area of the town, the northern part of the central 1 chome (former Kobe shrine, etc.), and the eastern part ・ Achi 2 chome ・ rhombus 2 chome. The generalized beauty area consists of the traditional preservation area (the first kind) and the traditional preservation area (the second kind). The traditional preservation area (the surrounding area of Kurashiki gawa River) is the name of the traditional preservation area of the Kurashiki gawa River. It was designated as a preservation area of important traditional buildings in the country. In the early Edo period, in Kanei 19 (1642), when it was designated as tenryo of the Edo Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a Shogun), Kurashiki daikan was established in the area and developed as a distribution area in southern bicchu province. From Kurashiki gawa River to the south side of Kurashiki mountain, the town hall in the tenryo era was completely preserved in the arrangement of white wall residences and warehouses. In 1969, the beautiful area was designated by the Kurashiki city Ordinance. In 1979, it was selected as the preservation area of the important traditional building group in the prefecture 2nd.
maychenKurashikikan 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.
宫主爱The green plant climbing the red wall is the most distinctive ivy square in the Kurashiki Bibi area. Among the many traditional Japanese houses in the Bibi area, there is a very special European-style plaza. The floor tiles are red and the surrounding buildings are all red. The red brick wall is covered with creepers. When summer comes, the eyes are red and green. There are some cast-iron tables and chairs in the center of the square. You can sit down and relax in the sun, watching the turtles in the pool climb up the islands to bask in the sun.
137***66[Scenery] Achi Shrine is the main temple of the Judo Shinshu Hongo school called "Onishiyama". The area has been designated as a National Historic Site and has also been registered as a World Heritage Site.
[Fun] This building is full of national treasures and heavy sentences, and the impressive cathedrals scattered across the vast area are impressive. The majesty of the national treasure Mikagedo will leave you at a loss. It has one of the largest existing buildings in the Edo period. The outside line is covered with 441 tatami mats and is so big that more than 1,200 people can worship at the same time.
[Price/Price Ratio] For some reason, this is a space for peace of mind. The magnificent sculpture of the bell tower left a deep impression on me (heavy sentence). As it is under restoration, I cannot see Hiunkaku (national treasure), but I can see precious photos during the construction process.
宫主爱There are two reasons why Washuyama must go: First, to enjoy the sunset. Second, to see the Seto Inland Sea Bridge. From Kojima Station, you can take the Tsui Loop Bus directly to Mount Washu. You can climb up to the first observatory for ten minutes. If you want to have a better view, you can go up to the second observatory. If you want to watch the sunset, there is a "Sunset Sightseeing Bus" that departs in the evening at Kojima Station. It is only available on Fridays, Saturdays, and the day before Japanese holidays. Depending on the sunset time, the departure time is different every last month. April and May are 17:30, June and July 18:00, August 17:30, September 17:00, October 16:00, 11 December 15:30, January 16:00, February 16: 20, March 17:00
#tripaway Everything is made of jeans. The cones, manhole covers, toilet, vending machines and even coin lockers. No wonder why this place is known as Kojima, Holy Land of Jeans. The street looks so beautiful as everything is made of jeans. There are also shops that sell jeans and eateries.
#tripaway I didn’t believe at first jeans is produced in Japan. It started long ago, and at the Jeans Museum, we may see many items made of jeans not only the pants. The two-storey mini museum made me feels like being in a world of jeans. Here, We made our own jeans! We are free to choose our own jeans, buttons, rivets and labels. The staff taught us how to punch the buttons and rivets. It was fun and we learned something new. Worth the pay!
#tripaway We decided to spend overnight at Yuurin-an Guesthouse, located at the heart of Kurashiki Bikan. The
guesthouse seems like a “share house” but in a traditional wooden home. I was told that the house was built over 100 years ago. Interesting! As their tagline goes, “the traditional Japanese house over 100 years”, we were invited by the ‘Futon’ bedding, the bed that Nobita used in Doraemon. One of the special breakfast in Yuurin-an is their “Tamago kake gohan” or a raw egg topped on a rice
bowl. One more thing, don’t be surprised when you suddenly saw many people queuing in front of
the Guesthouse, as they will turn into a café in the morning.
#tripaway If you love the view of traditional Japanese street, Kurashiki would be the best place for you. I would suggest you to Walk while enjoying the fresh air and breathtaking view of the classical architecture building alongside the Kurashiki Canal. The canal, bridge, alley, and buildings remind me of old Japanese movies. I was lucky to see a few swans and fishes swimming happily in the canal. Truth be told, I was enchanted by the scenic and wonderful view. At night, the street lights brighten up the place more. The most interesting part is we can see the light and building reflected on the canal. Awesome, right?
Japan's "Jiangnan Water Town" small fresh harvester ~ Kurashiki
Speaking of Japan's small fresh land, Kurabo is definitely one of the best! It is like a "Jiangnan Water Town", and it is a boat ride in the streets of the Edo period. Looking at the weeping willows on both sides of the river, I cant wait to see a poem!
Kurashiki is not far from Okayama, and JR can be reached! The main place to visit is its "beautiful area"! The whole beautiful area is not big, and the beautiful private art museum - Ohara Art Museum is also here! Everyone can spend a long time in the beautiful area, and there are many authentic snacks to taste!
Kangfu Another place worth visiting is the Hezhishan Park. You can go up the mountain from the beautiful area along the Achi Shrine and overlook the entire Kurashiki area!
Transportation: Take JR from Okayama to Kurashiki Station and walk for 15 minutes to the beautiful area! The entire warehouse can take a day to visit!
Photo guide: Kurashiki is very small and fresh, you can dress as elegant as possible, like the kimono's sister paper can also rent a kimono to take photos here!
Japan's niche destinations [the legendary super-horror high-altitude bicycles]
Seto Inland Sea beauty in addition to taking the train across the bridge, to the Yu Yushan overlooking the sunset, the best is to watch the air bike and retrograde roller coaster in the Yu Yushan Amusement Park
This amusement park in Mt. Yushan, Okayama Prefecture is not only without tourists, and there is no need to line up. It is only half price after entering the park after three o'clock. Not only that, but also a free re-entry ticket with no use period, only need to be converted. For 50 yuan, you can play roller coaster, jumper, ferris wheel and air ride.
The Seto Ohashi Bridge has no time to fear the dangling under the feet, so it is not as terrible as the legend, so try it!
* Take JR to Kojima Station and take the next Tsutsui Cycle bus in front of the station.
A shallow river flows through the river where Kurashiki is beautiful
Kurashiki, and there are many old buildings on both sides. Nowadays, most of them have become shops selling goods.
I personally like the place with water. I always feel that water can bring more feminine beauty to a place. Among them, the Da Yuan Art Museum, the Municipal Art Museum, the Archaeological Museum, and the Salt Industry History Museum are located in the city. The culture and literature here are a little bit of history accumulated over the past 100 years. After time fermentation, it has become as rich as old wine.
This is very different from many "old towns" in China. There is no such thing as a glimpse that was later rebuilt. Every building and every house retains its own inherited characteristics and can be integrated into contemporary culture.
Afternoon sun slanting, summer heat in the late summer is not so impetuous, stroll around the shallow river, feeding the swan in the water. The Iraqi people smiled back and seemed to have returned to their homes hundreds of years ago. The whole small town is set off against the bustling weekend atmosphere, but there is no lack of cute fun, but the things in the bones are not frivolous.
In the Kurashiki area, take the Shinkansen from Osaka to Okayama, then take the regular express train from Okayama JR Station to the Kurashiki Station, and take the train station for 15 minutes.
In the Edo period, it belonged to the Tianling directly under the jurisdiction of the Tokugawa shogunate. At that time, it was a transportation hub for materials. Now it seems to be like the Xitang of Wuzhuang, Zhouzhuang, our Jiangnan water town. It is not like a small garden or willow. The small bridges, the fine stone roads, the tourists who take the manpower boats, the Japanese couples who enjoy the sunshine quietly, the pictures are beautiful. I heard that the cherry blossom season is more dreamy than the pink cherry blossoms on both sides of the river.