Kibi Plain- Exploring Rural Japan By Bike


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The following day was the first day of our planned cycling tours and a chance to warm up our muscles for the longer stretches. I had found a cycle route online, starting from Soja station to Bizen, 17km one way, through the rural area of the Kibi plain. You can rent bikes at either station and do a one way or return trip using pedal power. They charge 1000Yen for one day’s bike rental if you drop the bike off at the other end of the trail. They also have an hourly rate if you return it to the same rent-a-cycle: 400 yen for two hours and 200 yen for every hour after that. The cycle rental shops are open from 9-6pm every day. It takes between 2 to 4 hours to complete the whole route depending on your pace. If you have small children…

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