Enjoyed stay at Wushu Highland. Tasty food, good hot spring and entertaining shows.
The scene of the room is unforgetable that the great Seto Bridge can be seen just through the window. However the room is to hot even the air conditioner set to strong and low temperature.
it is good
Great onsen, small but clean and not crowded. Food is too expensive but no other restaurants near hotel. Bus comes right up to hotel.
Good Breakfast and very reasonable costs
Recommend tourists who drive with a car. Take only 10-15 mins drive from the kurashiki city area. Compared with hotels in the city area, price is more affordable. Basic, clean and comfortable.
Washuzan Hill is located in an area of Kurashiki that travelers like for its historic landmarks. If you're looking for a convenient place to stay, you might search for properties close to public transportation so it's easy to get around.
You can choose from 5 hotels and other lodging options within 5 miles of Washuzan Hill, including these picks:
Now that you've visited Washuzan Hill, you can explore everything there is to see and do within just a few miles of the area.
You'll want to browse the exhibits at Shimotsui Shipping Agent Museum and Betty Smith Jeans Museum. Sights like Great Seto Bridge and Ojigatake Observatory highlight some of the local culture. Explore nature at Mount Sanbyaku and Tsusen-en Garden National Park.
If you want to see more of the surrounding area, you might plan a visit to Washuzan Highland and Kojima Jeans Street. Uno Port is also located 8.9 mi (14.3 km) from Washuzan Hill, and Omocha Okoku is 5 mi (8.1 km) away.
If you want to venture outside of the area, hop aboard a train at Kojima station. There may not be many public transit options close to Washuzan Hill so consider renting a car to see more of the area.
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