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Access

Driving

From Okayama-shi area
Take National Highway 53 towards Tsuyama, via Tsuyama Bypass to National Highway 179 towards Okutsu Onsen and Kamisaibara in about 35 minutes.

From Tottori area
Take National Highway 482 from Tottori Expressway / Yosese IC towards Kamisaibara.

From Osaka area
From Osaka area, take National Highway 179 from Chugoku Expressway / Innosho IC towards Okutsu Onsen and Kamisaibara.

From Hiroshima area
From Hiroshima area, take National Highway 179 from Chugoku Expressway / Innosho IC towards Okutsu Onsen and Kamisaibara.

Parking

Parking is free of charge. Fits up to 40 cars, buses are acceptable.

About Visit in Winter

The museum opens all the year (except the first/last day). You may need winter gears (such as studless tires, tire chains, etc) if you plan a visit in winter for there might be heavy snows.

Railways / Buses

From Okayama station
Get off at "JR Tsuyama" station of JR Tsuyama line and take Chutetsu Hokubu bus (depart around every 90 minutes) for around 65 minutes.

High speed buses

From Shin-Osaka station
Around 3 hours from Nihon Kotsu Co. Ltd. (To Kagano / Kurakichi), Get off at "Kamisaibara Onsen" and walk for around 5 minutes.

Taxi

From Tsuyama station
About 50 minutes (via National Highway 179)

Around Kagamino-cho

The Kamisaibara area, where the Yoseinomori Glass Museum is located, is a region where you can enjoy outdoors through the four seasons by climbing, camping and skiing. Attractions include "Onbara Highland" where you can enjoy camping in summer and skiing or snowboarding in winter, "Iwai Waterfalls" which is famous for waterfall view from inside, "Prefectural Forest Park" where you can enjoy climbing and hiking, and "Kamisaibara Hot Springs" where you can relax comfortably in hot springs. As well as Kamisaibara area, there're also plenty of attractions and drop-off spots in Kagano-machi. Please visit Kagano-machi sightseeing & migration comprehensive site "Kagami's trip and living" for details.

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