Bitchu Kokubunji Temple (備中国分寺, Bitchū Kokubunji) was founded in 741. Destroyed by fire in the 14th century civil war the existing temple has been rebuilt in the Edo period and its five story pagoda at a height of 34.32ｍ is said to be the last one built in Japan in 1884.
"Experience" guesthouse located in the heart of Kurashiki's historical quarter. U-Rin-An is the only budget accommodation in..
Experience a night of luxury in one of Japan's most beautiful canal towns
Yamate no Ichi is a local fruit, vegetable. local made products, bakery and cafe all in one location. Here you will experience the..
Industry is a local bakery in Soja City that makes the best brownie I have ever eaten. And in my lifetime I eaten a few but to find..
Yoshinoya is a beef on rice fast food restaurant that is a must visit while in Japan. Located throughout Japan and open 24 hours...
Kibitsu Shrine, is a Shinto shrine in Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The Honden-Haiden is a National Treasure and the sole exemplar of the kibi..
Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter (倉敷美観地区, Kurashiki Bikan Chiku) is a historic merchant quarter which used its central canal for delivering goods.
Every September Soja City hosts a Retroad (retro road) Festival to celebrate the tradition of the old main road with the new. Clubs,..