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Aida, Okayama

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Aida, Okayama

Former municipality
Former Aida town hall
Former Aida town hall
Aida is located in Japan
Location in Japan
Country Japan
Region Chūgoku
Prefecture Okayama Prefecture
District Aida
Merged March 31, 2005
(now part of Mimasaka)
 • Total 63.41 km2 (24.48 sq mi)
Population (2003)
 • Total 3,625
 • Density 57.17/km2 (148.1/sq mi)
 • Tree Live oak
 • Flower Rhododendron
Time zone Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)

Aida (英田町 Aida-chō) was a town located in Aida District, Okayama Prefecture, Japan.

As of 2003, the town had an estimated population of 3,625 and a density of 57.17 persons per km². The total area was 63.41 km².

On March 31, 2005, Aida, along with the towns of Mimasaka (former), Ōhara and Sakutō, the village of Higashiawakura (all from Aida District), and the town of Katsuta (from Katsuta District), was merged to create the city of Mimasaka.

In the 1990s, Aida's TI Circuit hosted two Formula One races called the Pacific Grand Prix.


  • Geography 1
    • Adjoining municipalities 1.1
  • Education 2
  • Transportation 3
    • Road 3.1
  • Notable places and events 4
  • External links 5


Adjoining municipalities


  • Aida Elementary School
  • Aida Junior High School



  • National highways:
  • Prefectural roads:
    • Okayama Prefectural Route 46 (Wake-Sasame-Sakutō)
    • Okayama Prefectural Route 90 (Akō-Saeki)
    • Okayama Prefectural Route 362 (Iden-Yūka)
    • Okayama Prefectural Route 379 (Dōdō-Kashimura)
    • Okayama Prefectural Route 414 (Fukumoto-Wake)
    • Okayama Prefectural Route 426 (Tama-Takimiya)

Notable places and events

External links

  • Official website of Mimasaka in Japanese

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