Okayama prefecture is in the western Chugoku region of the main Japanese island Honshu. With more sunny days and fewer rainy days than most other prefectures, Okayama is nicknamed the Land of Sunshine.
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Okayama is a major transit hub for western Japan. But with white peaches, a brooding black castle, and the famous garden of Kōrakuen, there are plenty of reasons to catch a later train and get out of the station to explore.
Kurashiki is one of Japan's great old merchant towns. Situated along a scenic canal at the foot of Mt.
Tsuyama is a city in Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Originally known as Soja, Tsuyama City was established as the capital of Mimasaka Province in 713.
Kumenan is a small town in Okayama prefecture, Japan. Kumenan is fairly easy to access from the major cities of Tokyo and Osaka.
Takahashi is a city in Okayama Prefecture in the western Chugoku region of the island of Honshu in Japan.
Soja is a city in Okayama Prefecture. You can travel directly to Soja from Okayama via the JR Kibi Line or JR Hakubi Line to Soja Station.
Bizen is the eastern part of Okayama prefecture. Bizen — literally "before Bi" — is an ancient province known for precisely one thing: Bizen-yaki, the oldest and most revered form of pottery in Japan.
Kasaoka is a city in Okayama Prefecture, about 40 minutes away from Okayama City by train.
Niimi is a city in Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The JR Kishin Line traveling from the east, and the JR Geibi Line from the west, stop in Niimi, and the JR Hakubi Line connects to Niimi from the north and south.
Asakuchi is a city in Okayama prefecture. Asakuchi has two stations served by the San-in Main Line, Konko Station and Kamogata Station.