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  • ...d in May 1957. Based on the katakana characters for "Shiga" and the circle in the middle symbolizing Lake Biwa. | ...kansen]], [[Kosei Line]], [[Hokuriku Main Line]], [[Kusatsu Line]], [[Ohmi Railways]] |
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  • ...on = Oiran dochu courtesan procession at the Tokyo Jidai Festival in Asakusa. | Population = 12,369,000 (8,340,000 in [[23 special wards|23 wards]])|
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  • <td align="left" valign="top" style="font-size: 90%;">Wada tumulus in Ritto.</td> ...tion next to Kyoto, the old Imperial Capital of Japan where the Emperor of Japan resided.
    101 KB (15,105 words) - 07:53, 13 November 2022
  • ...Station]] on [[JR]] [[Hokuriku Main Line]]; [[Maibara Station]] on [[Ohmi Railways]] | ...(米原市; Maibara-shi) is a city in northeastern [[Shiga Prefecture]], [[Japan]] between Hikone and Nagahama.
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  • ...creen-Shot.jpg|thumb|700px|right|Shinkansen passing by Mt. Ibuki in winter in Maibara.]] ...saka and [https://www.centrair.jp/en/ Central Japan International Airport] in [[Aichi Prefecture]].
    48 KB (6,946 words) - 10:54, 13 November 2022
  • ...Shiga|Higashi-Omi]], and [[Maibara, Shiga|Maibara]]. *Asterisked sites are in English. ...ke shore. Train stations: [[JR Tokaido Line]] [[Notogawa Station]]; [[Ohmi Railways]] [[Gokasho Station]], [[Kawabe no Mori Station]], [[Yokaichi Station]], [[
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  • <td align="left" valign="top" style="font-size: 90%;">Hikone Castle in spring.</td> With Japan's largest lake in Lake Biwa, numerous National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties, a
    42 KB (6,547 words) - 13:37, 7 May 2019
  • ...], [[Minami-Hikone Station]], [[Kawase Station]], [[Inae Station]]; [[Ohmi Railways]] [[Fujitec-mae Station]], [[Toriimoto Station]], [[Hikone Station]], [[Hik Motomachi-cho 4-2, Hikone-shi, Shiga-ken 522-8501 JAPAN|
    37 KB (5,246 words) - 11:47, 13 November 2022
  • ...ys = JR [[Kusatsu Line]] [[Kibukawa Station]], [[Koka Station]]; [[Ohmi Railways]] [[Minakuchi Jonan Station]]; [[Shigaraki Kogen Railway]] [[Shigaraki Stat ...tion]], [[Terasho Station]], [[Koka Station]], [[Aburahi Station]]; [[Ohmi Railways]] [[Minakuchi Matsuo Station]], [[Minakuchi Station]], [[Minakuchi Ishibash
    39 KB (5,567 words) - 05:27, 13 November 2022
  • Logocaption = Blue water for Lake Biwa and green spot for Konan in the south | Chuo 1-1, Konan-shi, Shiga 520-3288 JAPAN|
    28 KB (4,045 words) - 05:30, 14 November 2022
  • Gateways = Ohmi Railways Yokaichi Station, JR Notogawa Station, JR Omi-Hachiman Station (Omi-Hachima Trains = JR Tokaido Line Notogawa Station; Ohmi Railways Gokasho Station, Kawabe no Mori Station, Yokaichi Station, Nagatanino Stati
    31 KB (4,294 words) - 04:32, 13 November 2022
  • ...lso once the capital of Japan when Emperor Tenji moved the capital to Otsu in 667. World Heritage Site temples together with Kyoto. | Goryocho 3-1, Otsu, Shiga 520-8575 JAPAN|
    44 KB (6,300 words) - 15:51, 16 November 2022
  • ...minate at Maibara. The station building is underwent a complete renovation in April 2009. ...tsu Bunka Sangyo Koryu Kaikan). The East exit (Higashi-guchi) has the Ohmi Railways station, new Maibara City Hall, tourist information office and gift shop, M
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  • ...e nickname "Biwako Line" was created in 1989. The train line itself opened in 1889. | ...ys in Shiga|Railways in Shiga]], [[:Category:Railways in Japan|Railways in Japan]] |
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  • ...) Stations opened in 1872. The train line between Tokyo and Kobe completed in 1889. | ...ys in Shiga|Railways in Shiga]], [[:Category:Railways in Japan|Railways in Japan]] |
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  • ...ys in Shiga|Railways in Shiga]], [[:Category:Railways in Japan|Railways in Japan]] | ...aisoku]] trains go farther to [[Tsuruga Station]] ([[Hokuriku Main Line]]) in [[Fukui Prefecture|Fukui]]. The Futsu (普通) local trains stop at every t
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  • ...usatsu Station]] to [[Tsuge Station]] in [[Mie Prefecture]], with stations in [[Kusatsu, Shiga|Kusatsu]], [[Ritto, Shiga|Ritto]], [[Konan, Shiga|Konan]], The line opened in 1889 (extended from Mikumo to Tsuge in 1890) and the total distance is 36.7 km.
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  • Schedule = [https://www.ohmitetudo.co.jp/railway/timetable/index.html Ohmi Railways] | ...1898 and completed in 1931. Yokaichi Line opened in 1913. Taga Line opened in 1914. |
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  • Abbreviation for [[Japan Railways]] which operate Japan's largest railway network. ...service, employee courtesy, train speeds (especially the shinkansen lines, in order to compete with airlines), and train comfort and technology have impr
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  • ...of Mt. Hiei in [[Otsu, Shiga]]. It runs between [[Cable Sakamoto Station]] in Sakamoto at the foot of Mt. Hiei and [[Cable Enryakuji Station]] atop Mt. H The cable railway opened between Sakamoto and Mt. Hiei in 1927. It was Japan's longest cable car route (2,025 meters) at the time.
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