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Asuwa River

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Native name  足羽川
Basin size  415 km (160 sq mi)
Basin area  415 km²
Country  Japan
River mouth  Hino River
Length  62 km
Source  Mount Kanmuri
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Main source  Mount Kanmuri 1,257 m (4,124 ft)

The Asuwa River (足羽川, Asuwa-gawa) is a river in Fukui Prefecture, Japan. It stretches 61.7 km (38 mi) from Mount Kanmuri in the town of Ikeda to the Hino and the Kuzuryū rivers.

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Row of Sakura

About 600 cherry trees are planted along the levees in the center of the city of Fukui. Many cherry trees are lit up every year when they are in full bloom (early to mid-April), leading many visitors to come see the blossoms on the levee. Other nearby places with famous cherry trees include Maruoka Castle and the Ichijōdani Asakura Family Historic Ruins.

River communities

The river passes through the following communities:

Fukui Prefecture
Ikeda, Fukui

References

Asuwa River Wikipedia


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