This particular Chisun felt pretty low-end, on par with a Motel 6, except half the size and with a hard bed. It took 45 minutes to get there from Kurashiki Station, via local train to the end of the line and then a taxi (880 yen) down highway 430 for about a mile. The area is very dark at night with drainage ditches along the side of the road, so don't risk walking from the station after dusk. Breakfast looked very unappealing in the morning, so we skipped it and walked back to the station in the daylight, which took about a 25 minutes along the semi-industrial highway. Tourists are advised that a better option may be to ride the train into Okayama, which takes just 16 minutes from Kurashiki Station and has a much larger selection of lodging in the same pricepoint.
Pros: Room was clean & smoke free. AC worked. Bathroom was maybe 3'x6' instead of 3'x4'. Desk clerk was pleasant.
Cons: This is a roadway inn for drivers who might detour up to Kurashiki. It should be called "Chisun-Kurashiki region" not "Kurashiki".
Location: Pachinko Palace, smoky "Joyful" restaurant, used car dealership, sewer treatment plant, and traditional houses with gardens line Highway 430.