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Manekineko Museum of Art, Okayama

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As a busy transit area, Okayama offers many places to stay, with most of them in the mid-range category and a few catering to luxury-conscious tourists. Large numbers of modern mid-range hotels and budget accommodations are located to the west of the railway station, in the neighborhoods of Ekimaecho and Honmachi heading towards the Asahi River. There are many capsule hotels around the station, and some nearby internet cafes also offer budget overnight stays. Traditional "ryokan" (guesthouses) and youth hostels cluster around nearby Kurashiki.
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  • A hundred years old living quarter has been transformed into a house of manekineko or fortune cats of 700 kinds. The museum gave the feeling like walking into the grandma's private rooms where hundred...  more »
  • So are cats? There's no will, it is felt art. And since experience in painting or even holiday family services LDMs?. Even the locals see this road e? "It is a way of feeling is OK!
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  • Given my love for cats, visit this museum-MANEKI NEKO-caused only positive emotions.
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