Frankie took a break in Kurashiki to look at the koi. He has a couple of pigeon friends as well. Our afternoon in Kurishiki was busy. We went to a rural toy museum, an art museum, and the kids favorite, a small archeological museum with the findings of digs around the area. We saw fossilized acorns, horse chesnuts, walnuts and peach pits, along with the shells of the oysters and clams that ancient man ate. I hope the pots were not so dusty and chipped into a million pieces when they used them. I suppose not.