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Ride in an Old-Fashioned Rickshaw and Feel Like You’ve Gone Back in Time [Kurashiki/Okayama]

Ride in an Old-Fashioned Rickshaw and Feel Like You’ve Gone Back in Time [Kurashiki/Okayama]

If you get tired of walking around, try a rickshaw ride.

A professional rickshaw driver will show you around the beautiful town of Kurashiki.

(Source: https://www.kkday.com/en-us/product/22337-kurashiki-private-tour-ebisuya-rickshaw-experience)

You can choose the course from three options: 30, 60 or 120 minutes.

(Source: https://www.kkday.com/en-us/product/22337-kurashiki-private-tour-ebisuya-rickshaw-experience)

A guide with a thorough knowledge of Kurashiki will take you around the recommended spots. All you have to do is sit comfortably and enjoy the ride!

The view from the slightly elevated seats is fantastic.

It’s sure to be an unforgettable journey!

◆ Meeting place: Kurashiki Monogatarikan (Museum), 9-min walk from Kurashiki Station (JR Sanyo Line)

 Supplier’s name: Ebisuya

◆ Business hours: Everyday

◆ Cost: $33.64 for 30 minutes / $67.27 for 60 minutes / $127.82 for 120 minutes

◆ Min–max bookings: 2 participants only

◆ How to apply: https://www.kkday.com/en-us/product/22337-kurashiki-private-tour-ebisuya-rickshaw-experience

◆ Other info:

  • One rickshaw can accommodate two adults
  • There is no charge for children 0–5 years old. However, for safety reasons, a child must be accompanied by an adult.
    For example, the price is the same for 2 adults (1 rickshaw in total) if there are 2 adults + 2 children. *The exception: the price of 1 adult + 1 child is the same as 2 adults (1 rickshaw in total).
  • If you are 16 weeks or fewer pregnant, you will not permitted to ride a rickshaw. If you are in your 4th month or later (17+ weeks), you can take a rickshaw ride.

◆ English website: Ebisuya



Born in Yokohama, and spent most of my school days in Tokyo.
Exchange student experience in the USA (in high school) and Thailand (after graduating from university).
Speak English, Thai and Japanese (of course).
Living in a tranquil island of the Shimanami Kaido.
”I would love to show you around this beautiful area of Setouchi! ”