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Wikipedia: Okayama Prefecture
Okayama Prefecture
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Okayama prefecture (岡山県; Okayama-ken) is located in the Chugoku region on Honshu island, Japan. The capital is the city of Okayama.

 
Okayama prefecture (岡山県)

Okayama prefectural symbol
CapitalOkayama
Region:Chugoku
Island:Honshu
Area
 - Total
 - % water
Ranked 15th
7,008.63 km²
0.3%
Population
 - Total (2000)
 - Density
Ranked 21st
1,950,656
278/km²
Districts:18
Municipalities:78
ISO 3166-2:JP-33
Symbols
Pref. Flower:Peach blossom
(Prunus persica var. vulgaris)
Pref. Tree:Red pine
(Pinus densiflora)
Pref. Bird:Lesser cuckoo
(Cuculus poliocephalus)

History

Geography

Okayama prefecture borders Hyogo, Tottori and Hiroshima prefectures.

Okayama prefecture is home to the historic town of Kurashiki.

Cities

Districts

  • Aida
    • Aida
    • Aidagun
    • Higashiawakura
    • Mimasaka
    • Nishiawakura
    • Ohara
    • Sakuto
  • Akaiwa
    • Akaiwagun
    • Akasaka
    • Kumayama
    • San'yo
    • Seto
    • Yoshii
  • Asakuchi
    • Asakuchigun
    • Funao
    • Kamogata
    • Konko
    • Satosho
    • Yorishima
  • Atetsu
    • Atetsugun
    • Osa
    • Shingo
    • Tessei
    • Tetta
  • Joubou
    • Hokubou
    • Jobogun
    • Kayo
    • Ukan
  • Katsuta
    • Katsuta
    • Katsutagun
    • Nagi
    • Shoboku
    • Shoo
  • Kawakami
    • Bicchu
    • Kawakami
    • Kawakamigun
    • Nariwa
  • Kibi
    • Kibigun
    • Mabi
  • Kojima
    • Kojimagun
    • Nadasaki
  • Kume
    • Asahi
    • Chuo
    • Kume
    • Kumegun
    • Kumenan
    • Yanahara
  • Maniwa
    • Chuka
    • Katsuyama
    • Kawakami
    • Kuse
    • Maniwagun
    • Mikamo
    • Ochiai
    • Shinjo
    • Yatsuka
    • Yubara
  • Mitsu
    • Kamogawa
    • Mitsu
    • Takebe
  • Oda
    • Bisei
    • Odagun
    • Yakage
  • Oku
    • Oku
    • Okugun
    • Osafune
    • Ushimado
  • Shitsuki
    • Shitsukigun
    • Yoshii
  • Tomata
    • Aba
    • Kagamino
    • Kamisaibara
    • Kamo
    • Okutsu
    • Tomatagun
    • Tomi
  • Tsukubo
    • Hayashima
    • Kiyone
    • Tsukubogun
    • Yamate
  • Wake
    • Hinase
    • Saeki
    • Wake
    • Wakegun
    • Yoshinaga

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Prefectural symbols

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