At the westernmost tip of Okayama prefecture where it borders Hiroshima prefecture, you can find Roadside Station Kasaoka Bayfarm. This place is amazing!
One of the things that Kasaoka Bayfarm is known for is its “all-you-can-pack-in” events.
On the day we visited, they were right in the middle of their “Oyster Festival” day. Apparently they prepared 10 tons of Kasaoka-grown oysters and a ton of Yorishima Island grown oysters!!
Within the time limit, you can pack as many oysters as possible into your basket.
This particular “all you can pack in” event is held only during the oyster festival, but every morning from 10AM, Kasaoka Bayfarm holds an all-you-can-pack-in event for fish. As long as the head of the fish fits in, it’s allowed.
All the seafood shipped every morning from the Kasaoka Islands is fresh and truly delicious. And cheap, as well!
The second thing Kasaoka Bayfarm is known for is its flowers. It’s located on Japan’s second largest reclaimed area (from the sea), and the flower field on this vast farmland is quite a sight for the eyes to behold.
During spring you can see rapeseed blossoms, in early summer poppies, in mid-summer sunflowers, and in autumn cosmos flowers. A camera is an absolute must.
How did you like Kasaoka Bayfarm? Would you like to visit? This article only offers a glimpse of its many wonders!
Next time we’ll introduce the buffet and some souvenirs made with Kasaoka’s abundant ingredients!
Roadside Station Kasaoka Bayfarm
Location: 245-5 Minamimachi, Kabuto, Kasaoka city, Okayama prefecture
HP: http://www.k-bay.jp/ (Japanese)
Setouchi Finder Photo-writers: Asami Asai / Katsutoshi Asai (Kokohore Japan)
Katsutoshi Asai Producer and member of the Setouchi Regional Revitalization Association. Born in Yokohama in 1974, Katsutoshi is married and has a young son. Although he started his career with an advertising agency, he went to join the Tower Records team. Katsutoshi was involved with brand management, sales campaigns, collaboration work, and live events. Through his career, he experienced being the Sales Promotion Manager, and the Manager of the Live Entertainment Department. However, in 2012, Katsuyoshi retired from Tower Records and moved to Seto city, Okayama prefecture - a place where he had no prior friends, connections or relatives. Soon after moving, he joined the Setouchi Regional Revitalization Association, and in July 2013 founded Kokohore Japan and began a number of projects to re-task old traditional buildings, invent new specialty products, and work on regional branding. Website: Kokohore Japan http://kkhr.jp/ Asami Asai Editor & Writer I mainly write about social news, music, and lifestyles. I was born and raised in Tokyo, but in 2012 I decided on a whim to move to Setouchi City, Okayama Prefecture. I contribute to magazines such as Liniere, Inakagurashi no Hon, and ku:nel. I publish books for my 'interesting' friends, too, and direct and write for programs at FM Okayama. Everyday I write about people and things for both readers and listeners. Website: Kokohore Japan http://kkhr.jp/
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