3min for walk from Kurashiki Station
The station complex houses a large department store selling items including specialty goods from Okayama and Kurashiki.
10min for walk from Kurashiki Bikanchiku
The Kurashiki Bikan historical quarter is home to vendors of Kurashiki’s own Japanese-style confectionary, folkcraft stores selling goods including eco-friendly bags, art galleries, and cultural facilities.

3min for walk from Kurashiki South Exit.(Front: 5F)
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Single room
Twin room
Single room
Floor area of guest rooms: 9.5 m²  Bed sizes: 122 x 195 cm (one)
Twin room
Floor area of guest rooms: 19 m²  Bed sizes: 122 x 195 cm (two)
Triple room
Floor area of guest rooms:
21 m²  Bed sizes: 122 x 195 cm (two), 99 x 195 cm (one)
Double room
Floor area of guest rooms: 16 m²  Bed sizes: 141 x 195 cm (one)
Semi double
Floor area of guest rooms: 9.5 m²  Bed sizes: 122 x 195 cm (one)

(including tax and service charges)

Check-In Time/Check-Out Time
Check-In Time 15:00 pm
Check-Out Time 10:00 am
Payment methods
Please pay in Japanese yen cash or by credit card when checking in.

We accept these credit cards:

VISA JCB American Express UC DC Master Card
*China UnionPay is also accepted.
Cancellation Policies
On the date of arrival: 100% of total amount
In case of No-show: 100% of total amount

Hotel Facilities

Japanese-style set menu
  • early bird ticket ¥1,100
    (including tax and service change)
Reception Hall (level 4)
This hall can cater for anything from small groups to receptions of up to 150 people.
Japanese-style dishes using the best in-season produce are served in a spacious setting.

Sightseeing information


Kurashiki Bikan historical quarter
The Kurashiki Bikan historical quarter is a picturesque district that has retained much of the charm of the feudal Edo era.
Guests can enjoy the townscape, with its characteristic whitewashed walls, from on board one of the boats that cruises the Kurashiki-gawa River flowing through the district.
"At night, special illumination lends the district a magical atmosphere.
Turn down any laneway and you will find a range of charming stores and elegant dining venues. There are also many notable cultural destinations, including the Ohara Museum of Art, home to many works of international significance."
Take the time to stroll around and enjoy all that Kurashiki has to offer.
Ohara Museum of Art
Among the items exhibited here are important works by artists such as El Greco, Gauguin, Monet and Picasso.
Usually closed on Mondays (may be open at certain times of the year)
Opening hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (hours may be extended at certain times of the year; last admission is 30 minutes prior to closing time)

Some facilities are closed one or more days a week,
and some attractions may not be in operation all year round.


Okayama Korakuen
"Okayama Korakuen is known as one of Japan’s top three parks.
Its vast Japanese-style garden was constructed 300 years ago. "
Each new season brings a different mood to the park, which also offers views of Okayama Castle.

Calendar of Events

February-March: Kurashiki Hina Meguri
March 3 is the Dolls’ Festival in Japan, when people display Hina dolls and pray for the well-being of female children. Around the time of this festival, the Kurashiki Bikan historical quarter, shopping precincts and other parts of Kurashiki City are dotted with countless displays of Hina dolls.
March-April: Hanami
Hanami is the Japanese tradition of welcoming spring by gathering to enjoy the cherry blossoms that appear all over the country from March through April.
The Kurashiki Bikan historical quarter and Okayama’s Korakuen Park are just two of the sites where visitors can savor vistas of the cherry blossom, Japan’s national floral emblem.
March: Kurashiki Music Festival
Kurashiki plays host to a musical event spanning a variety of genres.
May: Heartland Kurashiki
This festival features a diverse and extensive program of events showcasing Kurashiki’s inimitable charms, including a spectacular street parade, concerts, and river cruises. Venues include the Bikan historical quarter and cultural facilities across the city.
July: Kurashiki Tenryo Summer Festival
Kurashiki’s annual summer festival is celebrated in style with parades, dancing and other attractions. Visitors also flock to the many night stalls operating during the festival.
August: Okayama Momotaro Festival
The streets of Okayama City are brought to life through dance during this classic summer festival. Visitors can enjoy a fireworks display, as well as many dancing parades featuring ogre motifs from the Japanese fairytale Momotaro, the Peach Boy.
October: Achi-jinja Shrine Autumn Festival
The annual festival for Kurashiki’s Achi-jinja Shrine. A humorous event in which participants dress up in masks of old men and women.