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  Canal area    

The Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter (canal area) is a ten minute walk from JR Kurashiki Station. Many souvenir shops and cafe beside the canal. It is flat. No problem to go around on wheelchair. Some public wheelchair toilet available.
http://www.kurashiki-tabi.jp/
   

  Ohara museum     

Opened in 1930. Many western and modern arts. Great collections. Museum buildings are also nice, but many stairs. Now there are ramps and lifts there. Wheelchair users can enjoy all the collections.
http://www.ohara.or.jp/

  Korakuen    

One of best three traditional Japanese gardens. Located along a river. Very flat inside. The park shows us many wheelchair route. Free wheelchair rental available.
http://www.okayama-korakuen.jp
  
  

  Okayama castle     

Many castle is located on the top of hill. There are stone stairs to Okayama castle. Okayama castle was rebuilt after world war second, so they have a lift inside between ground floor - 4th floor. However wheelchair users cannot reach the castle. Of