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Kurashiki Travel guide
Kurashiki : Michelin's recommendations
This charming river port is connected to the Inland Sea by a network of canals that was formerly used for transporting rice, cotton fabrics and soya. Weeping willows hang over the canals of the historical quarter of Bikan where the warehouses of old with their white walls and black glazed tiles still stand. You can visit the Ohashi House, a typical home of wealthy merchants in the 18C, before strolling about the streets that teem with inns and shops selling craftsmen's wares.
Achi 2-10-20 J - Kurashiki
Chargeable massages and free-use internet stations are offered at Toyoko Inn Kurashiki, 500 metres from JR Kurashiki Train Station. All rooms include free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom with bathtub. Simply furnished, the air-conditioned rooms at Toyo..
Chuo 1-1-44 J - Kurashiki
Hon-machi 7-2 J - Kurashiki
Originally built in 1889 as a red-brick cotton mill, this historical hotel is just 300 metres from the Bikan Historical Quarter. It features 2 restaurants, public hot-spring baths and a spa. The air-conditioned rooms at Kurashiki Ivy Square feature ..