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Tsuyama (津山市; -shi) is a city located in Okayama, Japan.

As of 2003, the city has an estimated population of 89,974 and the density of 484.43 persons per kmē. The total area is 185.73 kmē.

The city was founded on February 11, 1929.

External links

  • Official website (http://www.city.tsuyama.okayama.jp/) in Japanese, and some information in English (http://www.city.tsuyama.okayama.jp/e/)
  Okayama Prefecture
Bizen | Ibara | Kasaoka | Kurashiki | Niimi | Okayama (capital) | Setouchi | Soja | Takahashi | Tamano | Tsuyama
Aida | Akaiwa | Asakuchi | Atetsu | Jobou | Katsuta | Kawakami | Kibi | Kojima | Kume | Maniwa | Mitsu | Oda | Oku | Shitsuki | Tomata | Tsukubo | Wake

  Results from FactBites:
JNTO Website | Find a Location | Okayama | Tsuyama (326 words)
Tsuyama is situated in the Tsuyama Basin between the Chugoku Mountain Range and the Kibi Heights in northeastern Okayama.
It was the center of the former Mimasaka region (Tsuyama and its vicinity) and has a long history.
The Tsuyama Castle was constructed over a long period of 13 years, and called the best castle in Japan.
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