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Lake Spots in Okayama Area

  • Lake Fukurin
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    Okayama Kurashiki-shi Fukue
  • Aono Dam (Ibara)
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    Okayama Ibara-shi Aonocho Nakao
  • Dai 2 Hoshida Dam
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    Okayama Ibara-shi Biseicho
  • Hoshida Pond
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    Okayama Ibara-shi Biseicho Hoshida
  • Meiji Dam
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    Okayama Ibara-shi Yoshiicho Ikenotani
  • Kurotani Dam
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Kita-ku Kawahara Ochiishi 1945-1
  • Asahikawa Dam (Okayama)
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    Okayama Okayama-shi Kita-ku Takebecho Tazuta
  • Ongi Dam
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    Okayama Kaga-gun Kibichuocho
  • Kawahira Dam
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    Okayama Kaga-gun Kibichuocho Shimogamo
  • Hiyama Dam
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    Okayama Kaga-gun Kibichuocho Ueda Nishi
  • Makidani Dam
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    Okayama Kaga-gun Kibichuocho Suwatani Oidani no Kita
  • Narutaki Dam
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    Okayama Kaga-gun Kibichuocho Takebe
  • Taketani Dam
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    Okayama Kaga-gun Kibichuocho Toyono
  • Yamate Dam
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    Okayama Kume-gun Kumenancho
  • Nagahara Dam
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    Okayama Kume-gun Misakicho Koyoo Kami
  • Narai Dam
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    Okayama Takahashi-shi Matsuyama
  • Otake Dam
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    Okayama Takahashi-shi Kawakamicho
  • Shinnariwagawa Dam
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    Okayama Takahashi-shi Bitchucho Nishiyuno
  • Yuno Dam
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    Okayama Takahashi-shi Bitchucho
  • Kurodori Dam
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    Okayama Takahashi-shi Bitchucho Nagaya

Okayama Main Areas

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Overshadowed by Hiroshima to the west and the Kansai region to the east, Okayama is an easy spot to miss but a nature-rich gem where the Seto Inland Sea laps at its toes and peach and grape farms complete its interior. One of Japan’s Three Great Gardens, Koraku-en in Okayama city is well worth a visit before progressing to Kurashiki, where preserved wooden Edo buildings line the picturesque canal.

Okayama Photo Album

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