Course B. Gururi



Due to various reasons, service will be suspended until Sunday, December 29, 2024.

Prior reservations are required.


Operated Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays only


Section Adult Child


6,900 JPY 3,450 JPY

※Fees include lunch.

Child fees apply to children ages 6 to 11.



Operates only on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (closed from January 1st to January 5th)


Okayama Station West Exit  Platform No.27


Yumeji Art Museum – Bunkan (Yumeji Seika・Syonen Sansou)  


Okayama Garden (Lunch) 


Bizen Osafune Sword Museum


Shizutani School 


Okayama Station West Exit

*Itinerary, visit order and final arrival time may change depending on traffic conditions.

Please allow for sufficient time for connections if you are planning to depart by train after the tour.

About tour

Admission fees included

Yumeji Art Museum – Bunkan (Yumeji Seika・Syonen Sansou)

In the Yumeji Art Museum – Bunkan, there are the “Yumeji Seika” in which Yumeji was born and the “Syonen Sansou” which is a reconstructed house with the studio that Yumeji built in Tokyo. Please enjoy these Bunkan treasures with the nature of the hometown that cultivated the art of Yumeji. It takes about 30 minutes by car from the Yumeji Art Museum – Honkan in Okayama-shi to the Yumeji Art Museum – Bunkan in Setouchi-shi, Okayama. Visitors may use the same admission ticket for both the “Yumeji Seika” and the “Syonen Sansou”. Please buy an admission ticket at the “Yumeji Seika”.

Okayama Garden (Lunch)

Japanese Cuisine that is local production for local consumption.

Bizen Osafune Sword Museum

Located in Osafune, a town that once flourished as a major produce of Japanese swords, the Bizen Osafune Sword Museum is one of a limited number of sword museums and features a variety of Japanese swords on display. Visitors can learn about the history and manufacturing process for Japanese swords as well as experience the beauty and power of the swords up close.

Shizutani school

Shizutani-school was established by the lord of Okayama province, Ikeda Mitsumasa in the beginning of Edo period, 1670(Kambun 10th). It is the oldest existing public school for common people in the world.

When Ikeda Mitsumasa visited Shizutani at the first time, he said that here was wonderful peaceful nature and therefore this was very suitable place for reading or academic research. Then he took a decision of the school establishment for leadership training.