Okayama Prefecture
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Nearby City
4.6/5
144 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
茱丽叶茱丽叶amazing place, despite the rain when I went there. need a ferry ride to get to the island. can spend a good day walking around and visiting the art exhibition. enjoy fresh udon noodles and take fun pictures .
4.7/5
114 Reviews
Garden
西行阿里西行阿里It is a three major gardens in Japan along with Kanazawa kanen and Mito koen, and it is a migratory garden of Ikeizumi, which was built by Tsunamasa Ikeda, the Lord of Okayama domain 300 years ago. The living room "Yanyang Pavilion" as the center of the distribution Noh-Le stage, pond, mountains, Meilin, tea garden, and more in the Japanese garden very rare wide lawn.
4.7/5
99 Reviews
Historical Site
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Tom HungTom 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.
Nearby City
4.6/5
131 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
vivienvivienvivienvivienLocated in the northeast of Takamatsu City, the east end of the Bizen Islands is the second largest island in the Seto Inland Sea after Awaji Island. The surrounding area is about 126 kilometers, the climate is warm, like the Mediterranean Sea, very suitable for ferns cultivation, known as the birthplace of olive trees in Japan.
Nearby City
4.7/5
202 Reviews
Garden
茱丽叶茱丽叶japan in a park. clean, quiet, peaceful. very well maintained park, great for a relaxing day.
Nearby City
4.6/5
56 Reviews
Art Museum
Building by Famous Architects
多啦丘丘多啦丘丘The name, though not as well known as Master Ii, is a national treasure-class architect in Japan. He built the museum's buildings underground to avoid damaging the Seto Inland National Park's view. From the sky, one simple geometry openings to the sky ~ Earth Museum is also named for this. No photos can be taken inside the museum, the pictures taken outside have been very shocking. The architect's use of light and geometry is almost to the point of peaking. There are not many exhibits in the museum, but there are many breathtaking: Monet's Water Lilies, James • Turrell (James Turrell) Open Sky/Blue Planet Sky and so on. Only the eyes can understand the charm of art! ! !

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