Tsudaka Village, Tsudaka District, Bizen Province: ruled by the Matsuda clan from the time of the Onin and Bunmei War, in 1600 the son of Iesada Kinoshita (Sugihara, Hashiba, Toyotomi), Hideaki Kobayakawa, in 1603 the son of Terumasa Ikeda His second son, Tadatsugu, was appointed lord of the Okayama Domain, and after that, it became the territory of the Ikeda clan, leading to the Meiji Restoration. In terms of industry, Okayama Prefecture was the birthplace of greenhouse grape cultivation, and Muscat cultivation has been practiced for over 100 years since the Meiji period.

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