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Kojima Jeans Street and Surrounds 児島ジーンズストリートと周辺エリア

Kojima Jeans Street Kojima Jeans Street
Kojima Jeans Street Kojima Jeans Street

Explore a quirky collection of 30 shops dedicated to denim

The streets are decorated to pay homage to jeans, with even the vending machines covered in denim. Jeans hang high in the sky as if to lead you down an alleyway. To round off your denim experience, try the denim blue salted vanilla soft serve ice cream.

Don't Miss

  • Momotaro Jeans, home of the world's most expensive jeans
  • The Jeans Museum, next to the Betty Smith Jeans Factory, which launched Japan's jeans industry
  • The cruise from Kojima Port for views of the Seto Ohashi Bridge and the islands of the Seto Inland Sea

How to Get There

Kojima Jeans Street is not far from Kojima Station, accessible by bus, taxi, or on foot.

Take the JR Seto Ohashi Line from Okayama Station to Kojima Station. Jeans Street is about a 15-minute walk from there. Alternatively, you can catch a taxi or a bus wrapped in jean designs, with the drivers wearing denim uniforms. If you're riding the bus, get off at the Nozaki-Kikekyutaku stop.

Get custom-made jeans made at several shops

One of the best things about visiting this jeans paradise is that some shops in the area offer you the opportunity to design a custom-made pair. You can select the color of the denim, the thread, the rivets and all the parts that go into making your dream jeans.

If you are a denim fan or curious about why Kojima jeans are some of the world's most expensive, the street and surrounding port area offer you a chance to discover more about jeans, and it's likely that you'll walk away wearing something to remind you of your experience.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.


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