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Okishima (Okinoshima) is Lake Biwa's largest island inhabited by over 400 residents, mainly into fishing. Short boat ride away from Omi-Hachiman's Horikiri port. MAP
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Misty Horikiri Port in Omi-Hachiman. Boats leave here for Okishima island, Lake Biwa's largest island.
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Fishing boats at Horikiri Port
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Boat for Okinoshima at Horikiri Port
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Leaving Horikiri Port
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Misty Omi-Hachiman coast
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Okinoshima in sight
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Misty Okinoshima
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Entering Okinoshima Port. Okishima is the largest island in Lake Biwa. MAP
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Side of boat
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Okinoshima Port
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Okinoshima Port and boat schedule
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Okishima Port
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Sea wall
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Shore road
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Steps to the larger hill
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Neck of Okishima.
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Okinoshima Port
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Narrow alley
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Renmyo was here.
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Leaving Okinoshima (we'll be back).
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Misty Omi-Hachiman coast
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