Hotel Grace Kurashiki

2-1-15 Chuo, Kurashiki, Okayama, Chugoku, 710-0046, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 2-1-15 Chuo, Kurashiki, is near Canal Area, Ohara Museum of Art, Ivy Square, and Ohashi House.
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Travel Blogs from Kurashiki

Nattou icecream

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Aug 20, 2014

Yes, nattou ice cream. Maybe you've heard of nattou before? It's fermented beans, very popular with a raw egg. I'm not a fan of it, but the first time I tried it, I excepted it to taste worse. Tonight we had nattou icecream which is basically any flavor of ice cream with a bit of nattou. Then mix well and you're done! It's actually nice as the beans have a special texture and the 'fermented/not very nice' taste is actually not present at all ...

3rd luck

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Aug 19, 2014

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Today was a nice day. After cutting peaches in the morning, I went to the market. It was very hot and there weren't a lot of people at the bwginning, only after almost two hours people came by and bought something ^^ Every day we set a goal of how much we have to sell to go home earlier. If we don't reach the goal we stay at the market for three hours. As the peachseason is ...

New way

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Aug 02, 2014

Usually when I take Kanta (the dog) for a walk I go the same route. Following the road behind the guesthouse untill you reach the pound. Then you turn right and left again and from then on you follow the path into the woods. It's nice to walk after it has been raining since there are a lot of spiderwebs which then become fulk with raindrops :) But today I discovered a new way! The fence was closed so I decided to take ...

Hanging out with Two 13 year olds!

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 22, 2014

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... my tour guides for the afternoon. They have just begun learning English in school so this would be good practice for them. The first place they took me was to this lady's house to make traditional Japanese sweets. Sweets is an understatement! The small ones we made were pure sugar while the larger ones were sugar and bean curd. The larger ones are ones that are often used in Japanese tea ceremonies and were similar to the ones ...

Around Takamatsu

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 21, 2014

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... going on with some music which you can hear in the video clip. Our next stop were these massive fields filled with sunflower seeds. Shiho explained that this area was really trying to become known for the sunflowers. They just made you feel so happy when you saw them because of their bright colour. Next we stopped for lunch. I trusted Shiho's choice for me as the menu was all in Japanese and there ...