Visitors cannot see all the tourist spots in Kurashiki City in one day. Let's enjoy more by staying in Kurashiki.
Japanese inns mostly have Japanese-style structures and facilities. Guests can enjoy their bathing facilities such as onsen and public baths. If you would like to enjoy Japanese culture, choose a Japanese inn.
Introducing foods produced in the rich natural environment of Kurashiki City
Kurashiki's white peaches are characterized by their elegant white color, sweet aroma, refreshing taste, and soft texture.
With its gem-like color and rich taste and aroma, Muscat of Alexandria is the finest muscat in every aspect. It is called the queen of fruits.
Bamboo shoots produced in Kurashiki City are known for their sweet aroma and soft texture.
These burdocks are cultivated on the well-drained land on the site of the abandoned section of the Takahashi River. Their roots are known for being white on the skin and containing a small amount of lye.
Common octopi are caught around the Seto Ohashi Bridge. They are popular for their thickness and firm and juicy texture. You can enjoy them in different recipes, such as octopus rice and octopus shabu-shabu (Japanese hot pot).
Fujito manju is a saka manju, a sweet steamed bun stuffed with smooth sweet red bean paste and wrapped in a thin sheet of dough made from amazake and flour, which is made by the oldest manju store in Okayama that has been in business since 1184.
Bukkake udon is Kurashiki's specialty that has won the competition of local udon for two years in a row and is highly recognized.
Kaeshizushi is invented by commoners to hide expensive ingredients because they were prohibited from having luxuries. When a simple sushi is turned upside down, a sumptuous sushi appears.
In Kurashiki, excellent wines are made with time and care using high-quality grapes.
Hotels mostly have Western-style shower rooms and bathtubs. If you would like to stay in a familiar environment, choose a hotel.