Okayama Orient Museum

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Okayama Orient Museum
岡山市立オリエント美術館
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General information
Address 9-31 Tenjin-chō
Town or city Okayama, Okayama
Country Japan
Coordinates 34°39′59″N 133°55′48″E / 34.66639°N 133.93000°E / 34.66639; 133.93000Coordinates: 34°39′59″N 133°55′48″E / 34.66639°N 133.93000°E / 34.66639; 133.93000
Design and construction
Architect Okada & Associates
Website
Hompepage

Okayama Orient Museum (岡山市立オリエント美術館 Okayama Shiritsu Oriento Bijutsukan?) is a museum of Ancient Near Eastern, Roman provincial, Byzantine, Sassanian, and Islamic Art in Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. As of 2007 there were some 4,852 items, including winged Assyrian reliefs.[1] The museum is a prize-winning design by Okada & Associates.[2]

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