Okayama Terrsa

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

This hotel, located on 793 Yao, Hayashima-cho, is near Canal Area, Ohara Museum of Art, Ivy Square, and Kurabo Memorial Museum & Torajima Kojima Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Hayashima-cho

Trains and Gardens

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 09, 2014

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... lords and eventually took 100 years to complete in 1754. From that time till 1870, Ritsurin Garden was used as the Matsudaira Family's villa. It spanned 228 years and 11 successive generations.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ritsurin_G arden
http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e5401.html

We spent about 2 hours wandering through the Garden. Lots of ponds, bridges and tea houses. Unfortunately, we are about 2 to 3 weeks too early for the autumn leaves. ...

From Hakata to Takamatsu via Naoshima Island

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 08, 2014

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We caught the Sakura 542 Shinkansen from Hakata to Okayama, arriving at 10.33am. It took just 110 minutes to travel the 446Km. We can't fathom that kind of speed in Australia at all. All our luggage was piled into the second carriage with one poor unlucky chap.

20 minutes later, we were on the Marine Liner 23 train to Takamatsu, taking a bit under an hour to travel the 100Km or so.


The Marine Liner 23 is ...

Day 7 - Skulking around Kurashiki

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 14, 2014

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... the sewing machine the clothes are made on (I know it's strange that I would take a photo, but it's the same as my sewing machine back home....) and I bought a couple of things including this cute jacket/top. Also have a look at her custom designed shoulder bag/hanging pocket thingy. I'm sort of intrigued by the idea, but seriously couldn't find a reason to buy it or use it. It was a beautiful warm day so we bought some new ...

A 3 train day to Kurashiki

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 13, 2014

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... And also saw this lovely young couple in traditional dress in a rickshaw. For a fee you can dress in a traditional kimono and have photos taken or stroll around the city. I think quite a few Japanese tourists take up this opportunity because most of them would never own a kimono - they are horrendously expensive ($1500 to.....pick a number, any number, just make sure it's a very large one), and my guess is that there are not a lot of opportunities to wear a kimono ...

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 ...