Style / Fashion Spots in Okayama Area

  • Ushimado Olive Shop
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    Okayama Pref. Setouchishi Ushimadochoushimado 412-1
    "This olive shop is located approximately a 20-minute drive from Oku Station on the JR Ako Line. The directly operated store of Ushimado Olive Garden, they offer various olive products such as edible olive oil and cosmetics with the theme of ""living with olives."" ""Extra Virgin Olive Oil Ushimado"" is their limited time only product sold from December to around March. Their ShikOlive Medicinal Skin Cream printed with a photograph of Ushimado Olive Garden is a cream popular for its smooth feeling and is a good item to commemorate coming to the garden."

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  • Momotaro Jeans (Kojimaajino Main Store)
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Kojimaajino 1-12-17
    A 10-minute drive from the Kojima Interchange on the Seto Chuo Expressway. This shop selling denim goods bears the responsibility as the elder statesmen as the oldest shop on Kojima Jeans Street. Their unique brand goods strive after a perfect blue and they sell not just jeans but a wide range of goods including jackets, shirts, and accessories. The offer a wide assortment of varieties for men, women, and children, including their Shutsujin line with the world's deepest indigo off set by white twin lines and their Doutan line featuring worn blue denim and yellow stitching.
  • BAISTONE (Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter Branch)
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    Okayama Pref. Kurashikishi Honmachi 11-33
    Directly managed by Hampu (Canvas) producer, this “Kurashiki Hampu” (Kurashiki canvas) showroom is located in the Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter of Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. The store space was renovated from an old residence and contains several items belonging to the “Kurashiki Hampu” brand, which was born in Kurashiki City, the location that produces about 70% of all domestic canvas. It is known for its excellent durability and breathability, and the bags and accessories grow on you the more you use them, making them popular as trip mementos or souvenirs for someone special. The shop offers semi-custom-made tote bags that allow you to choose from four shapes and 12 colors.
  • Life-Cups-Towels Gocha
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    Okayama Pref. Kurashikishi Honmachi 1-30
    Opened in 2010, Gocha is a café&shop where you can partake of some delicious tea, and purchase tea, hand towels, or tea cups. There is a rich selection of hand towels, from cute ones to orthodox-yet-elegant ones—enough options for anyone. It’s a great place to enjoy some green tea and relax after a fun day of shopping.
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    Okayama Pref. Kurashikishi Kojimajino 1-10-19
  • Momotaro JEANS Okayama Shop
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Kita-ku Ekimaecho 1-8-18
    This is a shop for denim brand Momotaro Jeans, which focuses on 100% domestic production, including fabric, design, and manufacture. Their production facility is in Kojima district, Okayama prefecture. The brand focuses particularly on finding the best blue color for their denim. They had a shop in Sun Station Terrace Okayama, the commercial complex attached to Okayama Station, but with the station's remodeling, they moved to Momotaro Dori avenue. The shop is filled with various jeans displaying different styles, fabrics, and color variation. They mostly sell pants, but they also have denim jackets.
  • DANIA JAPAN
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Kojimaajino 1-12-14
    A 10-minute drive from the Kojima Interchange on the Seto Chuo Expressway. Located on Kojima Jeans Street this shop specializes in casual wear. As the shop was originally a photo-studio it features high ceilings and the outside of the shop has a retro-western-style feel to it. The shop is directly run by denim manufacturer Dania Japan and sells one-pieces and shirts from their Nuki-Emon line featuring a lack of rear lapel as characteristic of Japanese-style clothing alongside other denim goods including jeans. All of the goods offered feature a careful handmade quality made by skilled craftsmen from quality materials.
  • Baistone Main Shop (Kurashiki Hampu)
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Sobara 414-2
    A two-minute drive from the Mizushima Interchange on the Seto Chuo Expressway. This shop is directly operated by Kurashiki Hampu, who produce nearly 70% of all domestic canvas. The shop operates out of a repurposed warehouse that was part of a canvas factory that first opened during the Taisho period. The shop space blends together the aspects of classical Japanese culture and tradition with modern design. They offer all of the brands developed by Baistone including Kurashiki Hampu and JOBU and sell items that are durable and tasteful including canvas tote-bags and accessories. You can also place orders for custom original tote-bags.
  • Dekobokodo Kurashiki
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Chuo 1-10-10
    A 15-minute walk from JR Kurashiki Station. This shop deals in goods such as glass work and natural stones. The interior of the shop is deep and narrow and offers a great number of natural stone accessories, glass goods, and other products. Some popular products are their accessories made with their deep blue Deep-Sea Blue Glass Beads. You can also try making your own original accessories using natural stones and glass parts. On the second floor there's an exhibition gallery with reproductions of prints by artist Yumeji Takehisa and woodblock prints by artist Yasuo Matsunaga. Yumeji Takehisa merchandise including postcards are available for purchase.
  • Honmachi Kurashikiya
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Honmachi 3-15
    A 13-minute walk from JR Kurashiki Station. A shop offering Japanese patterned t-shirts and miscellaneous Japanese goods located in Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter. Come find unique Kurashiki souvenirs including goods made with Kurashiki canvas and Kurashiki denim as well as original t-shirts decorated with unique eye-catching designs. Also recommended are Kurashiki Jeans, made to suit the Japanese figure. On the second floor you'll find the Gegege no Kitaro Yokai Monster Museum with a full line-up of Mizuki Shigeru's Yokai monster designs and an over two-meter tall giant Nurikabe wall monster that you can take a picture with. They also have special collab merchandise including official Kitaro t-shirts.
  • Kojima Market Place Kurashiki Store
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Honmachi 6-21
    A 15-minute walk from JR Kurashiki Station. A denim specialty store located in Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter. They offer shirts, jeans, bags, and other goods carefully made by Kojima craftsmen from thread to final design. Their Hard Remake Manufactured Pants are made with all of the craftsmen's skill and transform a simple article of clothing into an outstanding piece of work. Also recommended are their Indigo Dyed T-Shirts, perfect for mixing and matching, and their Denim ties which suit both casual and business occasions. Also popular is their paint treated denim smart-phone case.
  • Dotonbori
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Minami-ku Chikkosakaemachi 4-10
  • Inaba Cosmetic Store
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    Okayama Tsuyama-shi Kawasaki 168
  • UNIQLO Okayama Oka Kita
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Kita-ku Nakaicho 2-chome 5-ban 35-2-go
  • WORKMAN Okayama Miyoshi
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Naka-ku Miyoshi 1803-4
  • UNIQLO Kurashiki Kitase
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Kitase 1-chome 19-ban 18-go
  • WORKMAN Okayama Shinbo
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Minami-ku Shinbo 1125-banchi 2
  • WORKMAN Okayama Kume
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Kita-ku Kume 392-1
  • WORKMAN Okayama Ezaki
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Naka-ku Ezaki 65-1
  • WORKMAN Kurashiki Sasaoki
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Shinden 2656-3

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Overshadowed by Hiroshima to the west and the Kansai region to the east, Okayama is an easy spot to miss but a nature-rich gem where the Seto Inland Sea laps at its toes and peach and grape farms complete its interior. One of Japan’s Three Great Gardens, Koraku-en in Okayama city is well worth a visit before progressing to Kurashiki, where preserved wooden Edo buildings line the picturesque canal.

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