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Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter, Kurashiki

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Stroll through history at Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter, a nostalgic neighborhood characterized by its Edo Period architecture, weeping willows, and stone bridges. This historical district rose to importance in the 17th century, when Kurashiki represented a significant stop along the rice distribution route. Take a scenic boat ride along the Kurashiki River to take in views of centuries-old villas along its banks, and be sure to stop by the quarter's many souvenir shops and local cafes after taking in the sights. To visit Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter on your trip to Kurashiki, use our Kurashiki itinerary planner.
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  • Stop the car at the municipal parking lot and put the tea break about 3 hours walk. There are so many accessories and souvenirs shops, women are very pleased (^ ^)
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  • On the pedestrian street, you can walk safely. There were many young children. Shop denim of Kurashiki, masking tape, in a small one-hour walk around. 1tsu1tsu looking at the shops and slowly turn it takes about 3 hours. Not much difference, so relatively are barrier free.
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  • Is good for history of spinning and it Ivy Square Hotel in Kurashiki City, its purpose, is another area of this beauty come ought to go. Until the houses standing along a small river (kawana does not know) that both sides "Taisho town remains completely still., House, shops, coffee shops, and the lamp to save. Elderly nostalgia was young people are great place to know its history and culture.
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