Okayama is famous for being related to the story of Momotaro. Eleven percent of the land is designated national parks. There is historic sites, local restaurants, souvenir shops, things to do, and hotels.
Okayama Prefecture has many things to see and do. There are many things to eat as well such as fresh dairy products and famous Udon and Yakisoba!
Okayama is known for some of the most high quality denim in the world. Companies focus on using natural materials to produce better quality items. Find the best pair of jeans in Japan.
Kurashiki Bikan is a well-maintained, scenic town with many things to see and do in the Okayama prefecture. Come and experience what life was like during the Edo and Meiji period in Japan.
Japan may have modern cities, but preserving old towns and traditional culture is very important. All throughout Japan there are towns from the Edo period with many visitors.
There are many winter festivals in Japan. Some of the festivals are very traditional, some are for a good harvest, and some pray for an early spring. No matter what festival, it is sure to be entertaining.