- Nishiawakura Village, address: Kageishi, Nishiawakura-son, Aida-gun, Okayama, camera title: Weather and Road Information in Nishiawakura Village (National Highway No.373), site title: Nishiawakura Village Hall
- Mimasaka City, site title: Yunogo Onsen, Yunogo Onsen Hotel Association
- Kagamino-cho, Tomata-gun, cameras : ①Okutsukei (Okutsu Valley), ②Ishigoe National Highway No. 179, ③Lake Onbara, ④Tomi Lodge, ⑤Notoro Onsen, ⑥Roadside Station Okutsu Onsen, site title: Kagamino town hall
- Tomata Dam, cameras: ①the dam seen from the dam downstream, ②Lake Okutsu (storage tank), ③Sugi Bridge of Yoshino River, Dam downstream, site title: Tomata Dam Management Office, address: Kagamino-cho, Tomata-gun, Okayama
- site title: HiruzenCycling, address:
- Yuhara Onsen (Currently unavailable), Riverbed near the hot springs Sunayu Yuhara, Hiruzen Daisen Walker
- Hiruzen Sanza Mountains (Currently unavailable), “Live camera Hiruzen Sanza”, Hotel Hiruzen Hills, Hiruzen and Oyama Mountains, Hiruzen Daisen Walker
- Hiruzen Sanza, camera title: Hiruzen Sanza from Hilzen Highland, address: Kamifukuda, Hiruzen, Maniwa City, site title: Internet Nature Information System
- Maniwa City, site title: Hiruzen Plateau Center, Joyful Park, address: Hiruzen Kamifukuda, Maniwa City
- Shinjo Village, camera title: “Gaisen Cherry Tree, Izumo Street Shinjo Inn Waki HONJIN Kishiro-tei”, site title: Shinjo village office, address: Shinjo-mura, Maniwa-gun, Okayama
- Maniwa City, Asahikawa, site title: Okamoto Kappo Ryokan
- Maniwa City, camera title: Hokubo Cosmos village, Fureai Center cosmos village handicrafts, site title: Maniwa City Hall
- Maniwa City, Live Camera spa Yuhara, site title: Yuhara Resort Petit Hotel
- Maniwa City, Throughout the city Maniwa, site title: Maniwa City Hall
- Tsuyama City, camera title: Live camera of sushi restaurant, Prefectural Road Route 68
- Niimi City, site title: Niimi City Network Camera (weather, roads, rivers), Niimi Information Management Division, camera titles: ①Niimi City Hall roof, ② National Road No. 180 (near the entrance to the village of Niimi Senya Onsen Ibuki), ③National Highway No. 182 (near the tunnel Kunosaka), ④National Road No. 180 (Near the Akechi tunnel), ⑤Prefectural Road No. 8 (near Nizato Tanita Pass), ⑥National Road No. 180 (Near Chiyasane), ⑦Niimi Station, River Cameras: ①Takao Showa Bridge, ②Saihou Edo Bridge, ③Shimonagaya, ④Shingo Shimokoujiro, ⑤Karamatsu
- Niimi City, camera titles: ①Niimi City (Takao, Niimi City), ②Niimi Station, ③the road conditions of Senya Hanami in Niimi City, Management source: Niimi information Study Group
- Kibichuo-cho, Kaga-gun, camera title : Kibi Plaza Live Camera, site title: Kibikogen City, Kibikogen Urban Services Co., Ltd.
- Takahashi City, site title: Hiramoto Family in Bitchu Takahashi
- Takahashi City, camera title: Takahashi City Now from Sato Laboratory of Kibi International University
- Ibara City, camera title: Weather of Bisei Astronomical Observatory, address: Bisei Astronomical Observatory, Okura, Bisei-cho, Ibara City, Okayama
- Ibara City, address: Activelife Ibara, 12-1 Nanukaichi-cho, Ibara City, Okayama, camera title: Ibara city seen from the roof of the Ibara camera Active Life, site title: Ibara city hall
- Hayashima-cho, Tsubo-gun, camera title: the countryside landscape of Hayashima town, from the roof of Hayashima town hall, site title: Hayashima Town hall, address: Hayashima Town Hall, 360-1 Maegata, Hayashima-cho, Tsukubo-gun, Okayama
- Akaiwa, camera title: live still images from the City of Akaiwa, site title: JE4HMP (Ham radio)
- Okayama City, camera title: Sky-View live cams, “Around NTT Cred and Yanagawa crossing of National Highway No. 53,” site title: Miyoshi Elevator Corporation, address: Miyoshi Elevator Corporation Okayama Office, Nodaya-cho, Okayama City, Okayama
- Okayama coast, site title: “Okayama Coast Live Camera, Crisis Management Division of Okayama Prefecture”, camera title: Hinase-cho in Bizen City, Ushimado in Setouchi City , Kogushi in Okayama City, Uno in Tamano City, Tamashima in Kurashiki City ,Yorishima in Asakuchi City , Kasaoka in Kasaoka City
- Okayama City, camera title: Kogushi Port and Kojima Bay Live Broadcasting from Kogushi Fishery Cooperative, Kogushi Fisheries Cooperative Association, address: Kogushi, Minami-ku, Okayama City
- Okayama City, camera title: Kogushi Port and Kojima Bay, site title: Tokoton Kogushi
- Okayama City, camera title: Seto Inland Sea from the southern end of Okayama City, site title: On-Air Co., Ltd.
- Okayama City, address: the Okayama Branch of Hakata Vehicle Plant (Shinkansen garage), camera title: “Today’s Shinkansen, bullet train live camera”
- Okayama City, camera title: ①Ogura Bridge, ②Kanagawa Bridge, ③Katsuragi Bridge, ④Kiyoku Seien, Mitsu Branch, Okayama City, site title: Disaster Information & Event information delivery camera Links
- Uno Port, site title: Uno Port Live Camera, address: Nippon Information Control System Inc., 1-2-12 Uno, Tamano City, Okayama
- Seto Inland Sea, camera title: Seto inland sea from Mt. Washuzan, Okayama Kurashiki (Mt. Washuzan), site title: Internet Nature Information System, address: Fukiage, Shimotsui, Kurashiki City, Okayama
- Setouchi, camera title: From shipbuilding plants Ushimado Setouchi, Okayama Prefecture, site title: Advanced Electronic Chart System for PC (AECS)
- Shouo-cho, Katsuta-gun, camera title: River surveillance cameras and road surveillance camera (Disaster Information), site title: Shouo town hall
- Rivers in Okayama, camera titles: Yoshii-gawa, Kongou-gawa, Asahi-kawa, Takahashi-gawa, Oda-gawa, Onoda-gawa, site title: Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Chugoku Development Bureau, Okayama River Office
- Prefectural Highways, site title: Winter road weather information systems, Okayama Prefecture, management: Okayama Prefecture Civil Engineering Department road Maintenance Division conservation team
- National Highway No. 53, camera title: National Highway No. 53 Kuroyama Pass, site title: Michi Navi Okayama, management: National Highway Office Okayama
Okayama Prefecture Tourism Information
Okayama Prefecture in the southeast of Chugoku region, and its eastern part is adjacent to the Hyogo Prefecture, its northern part is adjacent to the Tottori Prefecture, its western part is adjacent to the Hiroshima Prefecture, and its southern part is adjacent to the Kagawa Prefecture across the Inland Sea, and it has about 90 islands. The northern part is surrounded by the Chugoku Mountains and the southern part is surrounded by the Seto Inland Sea, and the north is the Sea of Japan side climate with much snow.
In the northern part of Okayama, Chugoku Mountains and Kibi-kogen (Kibi Plateau) spread and the Asahi River, the Takahashi River, the Yoshii River flow, and in the southern part Okayama-heiya (Okayama Plain) spreads. Okayama city of the prefectural capital is the Setouchi type climate with little rainfall, and it is referred to as “Sunny Country Okayama”.
The prefectural land area is 7,113 square km. The prefecture population is about 1.93 million people, and Okayama City, the prefectural capital and a city designated by ordinance, has a population of about 71 million, and Kurashiki City, a city of about 47 million people, and the only two cities of the prefecture south account for 60% of the total prefecture population. The Prefecture name is derived from the Okayama Castle that was built in the hill of Okayama area of current prefectural capital in the Warring States period.
There are countless attractions such as “Hiruzen Kogen (Hiruzen Plateau)” of dairy zone of Jersey cattle, “Mimasaka Miyu (Three Onsen)” of the northern Yubara, Okutsu and Yunogo, “Mito Kairakuen” of stroll garden, “Okayama Korakuen”, one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan, along with “Kenrokuen” of Kanazawa Prefecture, “Kurashiki aesthetic area”, in which merchant Machiya and storehouses are lined, “Seto Ohashi Bridge”, which extends the entire length about 9.4km, “old Shizutani School”, which was built in 1701 and was designated as a specila historic site, “Okayama Castle”of the Okayama Bizen clan, “Bicchu Matsuyama Castle” in Takahashi city, which is one of the Japan’s three Mountain Castles.
In addition, there are local cuisines such as “Okayama-zushi (Okayama Sushi)”, “Bara-zushi (Bara Sushi)”, which is also referred to as the gorgeous “Matsuri-zushi (Festival Sushi)” in which seafood and the riches of the soil are assorted, and “Mamakari-zushi (Rice Borrowing Sushi)”, which is said that the rice (mama) is borrowed from the house next door because it is too delicious.