Parlor Kudamono Komachi

Parlor Kudamono Komachi is one of the best restaurants to travel in Kurashiki-shi, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for reviews, menu, hours, access, map and photos of Parlor Kudamono Komachi posted by Japanese travelers in the know.[last modified: ]


A Fruit Parlor With Surprising Bamboo Garden

A café of fruit located at 'Bikan Historical Quarter' famous for traditional houses. This shop has a beautiful bamboo garden that makes people surprised to say 'what's it for?' And you can eat Okayama's specialties such as peach and muscat grapes.
It's located along the alley from Japanese Toy & Doll Museum on the main street of Bikan area. This photo is 'Okayama Hakuto (white peach) Premium Plate' 1500yen



1-4-22 Chuo'u, kurashiki-shi, okayama









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The Chiya-Beef-Bowl Using the Highest Grade Japanese Black Beef in Okayama. How Delicious and Soft!

This is the bowl of rice topped with Chiya beef that is descended from excellent blood and grown in Okayama. The amount of production is not so much that is called rare. Surprising good flavor and softness in it's marbled meat. A renowned delicacy!

Kurumaza Yurinan

The Pudding Makes You Happy In 2 Weeks After Eating, Only 80 Cups in A Day

You take a photo of the pudding painted smile face before eating and you'll be happy when you see the photo 2 weeks later. It become very popular by word of mouth. Whether you trust or not, it's up to you.


A Coffee Shop With Taisho Period Atmosphere & Aroma Of Arts

A coffee shop next to Ohara Museum. The drip coffee of four kinds of bean is mild and refined. You can have a good time with arts and antiques.

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A Calm Time & Original Warabi-mochi At A Café Of Japanese Hotel In Kurashiki Bikan Quarter

Though it's in the side of crowded street, when you enter, there're a refined and modern entrance of ryokan: a Japanese hotel, and a calm space facing to the beautiful Japanese garden. Their specialty warabi-mochi is like to melt in my mouth, and shio-kobu: salted tangles as a relish brings out the sweetness of kinako: soybean flour, which make it an excellent piece. A cafe worthy of grownups.

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