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Lake Biwa and cherry blossoms as seen from Nagahama Castle.
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Top deck of boat going from Nagahama to Chikubushima
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Ducks seek the protection of the reeds.
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View of Lake Biwa and Otsu from Enryakuji Station.
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Panoramic view of Lake Biwa from Mt. Hie.
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Lake Biwa shore in Imazu, with a boat landing in the distance
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Tundra swans from Siberia at Lake Biwa.
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Bean geese at Lake Biwa.
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Lakeside park in northern Nagahama. This area was formerly Biwa-cho town which merged with adjacent Nagahama in Feb. 2006.
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Minamihama swimming beach, Nagahama 南浜
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Minamihama swimming beach in Nagahama. Pebble beach. 南浜
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About Lake Biwa
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Albino Lake Biwa Giant Catfish
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Black bass, an invasive species in Lake Biwa which eats the babies of native fish. If you catch one of these, you must not throw it back into the lake. Dispose of it.
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Largemouth bass (black bass) and bluegill are Lake Biwa's worst invasive species. They eat eggs and fry of native fish, crustaceans, and insects.
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Around the lake are disposal bins for invasive fish. Do not throw invasive fish back into the lake.
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Lakeside at Zeze Castle Park.
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Lakeside at Zeze Castle Park with Omi Ohashi Bridge in the distance.
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Omi-Shirahama Beach on Lake Biwa. MAP
 
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