Oki District, Shimane

Coordinates: 36°13′30″N 133°14′42″E / 36.22500°N 133.24500°E / 36.22500; 133.24500
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Location of Oki District in Shimane Prefecture

Oki (隠岐郡, Oki-gun) is a district located in Shimane Prefecture, Japan.

As of 2003, the estimated population of Oki district is 24,500, with a population density of 70.79 people per square kilometer. The total area of the district is 346.10 square kilometers.

The Oki District includes the Oki Islands, which were known as Oki Province in the past.

Towns and villages[change | change source]

  • Ama (Nakanoshima Island)
  • Chibu (Chiburijima Island)
  • Nishinoshima (Nishinoshima Island)
  • Okinoshima (Dōgo Island) - formed from the merger of Fuse, Goka, Saigō and Tsuma on October 1, 2004

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