Sights in Okayama

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Cafe Yukuli

Yukuli is a cafe and espresso bar in Okayama. The German chef welcomes guests in English and German.

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Snoopy Town Shop (Okayama)

About 5 minutes on foot from Okayama station, this shop is located in the Aeon Mall and specializes in goods from the Peanuts Gang. Named after their beloved do

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Kojima Jeans Street

The first jeans 'made in Japan' were made at this very street in 1960. Kojima Jeans Street is located in Okayama City, which is famous for producing denim. Orig

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Mahoroba

This campground offers visitors the experience of what it was like to live in the ancient times in Japan. In ancient Japanese, "Mahoroba" means "good place". It

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La Malle De Bois

Beginning its service on April 9th, 2016, this tourist train connects Okayama Station and Uno Port from which a ferry will take travelers to Naoshima Island. Th

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Handayama Botanical Garden

Handayama Botanical Garden is a vast garden with over 150,000 trees of 3200 different varieties, and is famous especially during cherry blossom season.

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Saidaijikannon-in Temple

Okayama temple famous for the Saidai-ji Eyo Hadaka Festival or Naked Men Festival held every year in February.

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Saidai-ji Kannon-in Temple

Saidai-ji Kannon-in is a temple where the Saidai-ji Eyo Hadaka Festival takes place.

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Former Fukiya Elementary School

The former Fukiya elementary school was the oldest wooden school building still in use up until March 2012.

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Former Katayama Family Residence

The former Katayama Family Residence was built in 1759 and has prospered for more than 200 years thanks to the manufacturing and selling of red iron oxide.

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Maki-do Cave

Makido Cave is a 450-m long cave located in Niimi-shi.

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Kibitsu Jinja Shrine

Kibitsu Jinja is a shrine located in Okayama-shi and is said to have been the model for "The Legend of Momotaro".

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Bitchu Kokubun-ji Temple

Bitchu Kokubunji Temple, founded in 741, has become a landmark in the Kibiji area along with its 5-storey pagoda.

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Mount Washu Observatory

Mount Washu, or Washuzan, is a 133-m high mountain with a beautiful view of the islets and the Seto-ohashi Bridge.

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Kurashiki Canal Traditional Boat Tour

The tour on the traditional boats offers a new view of Kurashiki and its beautiful white-walled townhouses. Tickets can be purchased at the Kurashiki Tourism Of

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Kibi Plains

An expansive plain near Okayama City offering picturesque farmland, interesting local shrines and temples, and perfect cycling. There is a popular 16km course f

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Ohara Museum

The Ohara Museum is the first museum of Western art in Japan and home to works by some of the great masters. Closed during the end of year holidays.

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Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter

The Bikan Historic Quarter of Kurashiki is split by a picturesque canal and home to a number of different museums.