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Okayama

投稿日:2017年11月18日 更新日:

I visited Okayama city after Shizutani school.

Okayama city close by train, about 30 minute. (Ticket 530yen)

 

I visited Korakuen (Japanese garden).

Korakuen was created by the same architect as Shizutani school, Tsuda Nagatada.

It is one of major gardens in Japan.

Total area 133,000m2.

Water flow and lawn are impressive.

JR Okayama Station

 

Tram station in front of the station “Okayama-Eki-Mae:岡山駅前”

I used tram Okayama station to near the station “Shiroshita”: 城下 by Korakuen. (For Higashiyama:東山)

3 stations Okayama-Eki-Mae to Shiroshita (Ticket 100 yen)

Shiroshita to Korakuen about 10 minute by foot.

I dropped in at the Okayama Shinto shrine.

 

Korakuen

http://www.okayama-korakuen.jp/english/

Admission ticket 400 yen (Korakuen + Okayama castle 560 yen)

Leave the garden, I rested at a café of near the exit.

I drank a grape soda.

In the menu picture, there were some grapes and ice-cream.

Actually it was only ice cream. (Tricked!!)

Okayama castle

It is not original.

When I visited, I could see a Tsukimi-yagura.

 

This tower built in the Edo period.

Not ordinarily open to the public.

When I returned, I walked to Okayama Station. (About 30 minute)

See you next our trip!!

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