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Okayama Prefecture is well-known for having the Great Seto Bridge, which connects Japan's main island Honshu to the island of Shikoku. There are also many notable sites such as Okayama Castle and Bitchu Matsuyama Castle that remain as symbolic reminders of the Edo period. The story of the famous folklore hero Momotaro also originated in Okayama. With features such as these, study in Okayama will provide opportunities to experience both the historical and modern cultures of Japan. Many international students from Asian countries such as India, China, and South Korea come to study in Okayama, making it an ideal place to study if one wants to deepen their understanding of and exchange ideas with people from these countries. Okayama has a long history of friendly exchange with Asian countries, and you will be able to make many friends from those countries during your studies here.
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