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Hatchokura-dori, Okazaki

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Where to stay in Okazaki

A couple of accommodation options, mostly basic business hotels, cluster around the Higashi-Okazaki train station, in the central part of town. Visitors can also choose to stay in nearby Toyota, which offers more diversity in its range of lodgings, or even make a day trip from Nagoya, where you can find plenty of budget-friendly, mid-range, and upscale choices for overnight stay.
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  • Take a stroll around Okazaki Park and who goes Hatchobori warehouse Street Guide. Try going and long-established manufacturer of hatcho-miso brewery, warehouse, souvenirs, restaurants and is often visited by tourist bus.
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  • Miso • • • did not have the recognition that the miso just loved in the Nagoya area. However, Tokugawa Ieyasu is involved in the growth and find out, impressed. Can learn so you can know more deep if the factory without the time, just to walk down the street, which made it fun.
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  • During the current Aichi loop railway near Okazaki station, from the Okazaki Castle West Hatchobori (870 meters) away, in May. Who is the miso, needless to search for? It is. And stop kakukyu I of two long-established the miso's smell fills the air. Okazaki is good and left history here and there in the town?
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