Okayama Terrsa

793 Yao, Hayashima-cho, Tsukubo-gun, Okayama Prefecture, Chugoku, 701-0301, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hayashima-cho

Yamasaki, Okayama, Kurashiki

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

I started by a free tour visit to one of the largest whiskey factories in Japan: Yamasaki Suntoty Whiskey factory. After that I took the train to Okayama to visit the black castle. Kurashiki is just a train ride away to visit the old quarter of the city where it has over 400 in ...

Island hopping on the Inland Sea

A travel blog entry by guykb

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... into an art installation in itself as an ode to industrialization. Finally on Inujima we looked at some art house projects,which was good because we hadn't had a chance to see any on Naoshima because they were closed. The idea of the art house project is that some of the traditional cottages on the island have been converted into art works. Art is always a bit of a challenge - different people like different things. I found some of the artworks good, while some ...

On to Naoshima

A travel blog entry by guykb

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Grr I just about finished this blog post when it crashed and I lost everything I had written so this is probably going to be a cut down version. Today was a day for travelling between Kyoto and an island in the Inland Sea called Naoshima. This is not part of the typical tourist experience when visiting Japan - it was something Jess had seen on the TV and said she'd like to visit. Naoshima is the home of the Benesse Art Project and has become renowned as an artists island. ...

EDS in the Japanese population

A travel blog entry by helenclare

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... upon city folk, thus greater napping behaviour would be expected due to their long working hours. In conclusion, although we cannot rule out a biological predisposition to EDS, we conclude that EDS is geographically determined through the psychosocial demands of city life. Therefore, when a Japanese person is asleep on the train, it is unlikely that they are lazy, have a brain injury or a chromosome that inhibits their ability to cope with sleep ...

Naoshima

A travel blog entry by helenclare

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... and filmed on the island. Afterwards we walked along the shore to where there is a sandy beach :) Upon settling down to have lunch, we realised that there were lots of cute crabs (Jo - you would probably disagree) running along the beach. Unfortunately they are very camera shy!!! But try and spot the two in the picture below :) Definitely hotter today (bikini day), ...

Location

This hotel, located on 793 Yao, Hayashima-cho, is near Canal Area, Ohara Museum of Art, Ivy Square, and Yumiko Igarashi New Art Musuem: For Die-hard fans.
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