Tuesday, October 30, 2012

The back streets of Kurashiki

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I recently went to beautiful Kurashiki.

Kurashiki has a beautiful traditional area which looks like the photos above. I guess this might be the most beautiful part of the town but for me, I really can't resist the back streets. Below are some photos from my walks off the beaten track.


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If you have the chance, please visit beautiful Kurashiki.

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14 comments:

  1. Lovely pictures, I really enjoy the colours on the streets of Tokyo as seen in your pictures! : )

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  2. Wonderful photographs! I love the way your photos seem to peek through doors that unearth a hidden gem... keep sharing! ^_^

    ~Bevolee

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  3. Interesting!! I want to go to Japan

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  4. lol even the manhole cover is beautiful....only in japan lol

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  5. lovely pics, as always! I love the one near the top where the blurry woman appears to be bowing.

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  6. Such lovely photos! I too love the 'off the beaten path' images. I always prefer to see the real place...

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  7. Kurashiki was one of my favourite places to visit in Japan. The Bikan historical area is amazing with its 17th century wooden warehouses, especially in the evening and love the canal framed with weeping willows . Did you notice that this area has no electricity poles in order to make it closely resemble the look of the Meji period.

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  8. I visited Kurashiki in July. I loved it. I went specifically to see the Momotaro Museum, which was equally awesome and wacky! I wish I had of had time to go to the art museum as well... maybe next time.

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  9. I love Kurashiki too! I went a couple of years ago, and your photos really capture it. Now I want to go back...

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  10. That looks like a very nice place to visit. The streets look very clean too!!!

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  11. Wow.. such beautiful character.

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  12. Yay, Kurashiki! That's my city's (Kansas City, Missouri) sister city in Japan. We just celebrated our 40th anniversary as sister cities. Someday I'll get to visit Kurashiki in person but until then, I'll just look at your wonderful pictures.

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