Okayama faces the Seto Inland Sea to its south which flows between the Chugoku and Shikoku Regions. There is a famous Japanese garden, Korakuen Garden where many tourists visit every year including Japanese in Okayama. Okayama Castle is built right next to the garden, so you can enjoy the exotic fusion of the scenery of the castle and the garden. A little off the center of Okayama, Kurashiki city is known as one of the leading industrial areas in Japan. The city driven by the development of the textile industry, are famous for its scene of picturesque and the canal which leaves the city an original old atmosphere from Edo period.


10 Best Things to Do in Okayama