Okayama Prefecture

Okayama Prefecture in Japan

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Facts & Figures

Okayama Prefecture (Okayama-ken) is located on the main island Honshu at the Seto Inland Sea and belongs to the Chugoku region. The prefecture has a population of approx. 1.9 million and the capital is Okayama. During the Meiji Restoration in 1871 the Okayama Prefecture was formed out of the Bizen Province, Bitchu Province and Mimasaka Province. The prefecture is full of amazing sightseeing spots like the Korakuen Garden, Okayama Castle, city Kurashiki, Seto Inland Sea, Seto Bridge and much more.


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Okayama Prefecture (Okayama-ken) is located along the Seto Inland Sea on the main island Honshu and facing Shikoku island.

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