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Lake Yogo, Nagahama

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  • Situated to the North of Lake Biwa. It is humble battle location, location of the hagoromo legend. On the day of rain ☔ ️ stay was a little because it was raining. Humble months Mt. battle where we couldn't, the next time you want to go!.
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  • Lake Yogo is famous for fishing. Place always drop in a touring bike. Beautiful view to the Lake, seen from the observation deck.
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  • Seishun 18 via the north side of the Lake I went to Mt. Ibuki said Japan Salar de Uyuni and the ticket, trace the map with your finger, you admire the views and had that arrived between cherry and rape blossoms is still in the early years, cloudy day to stroll around the Lake while fishing customer was sometimes apparent life on the Lake reflecting the beauty of mirrors on every wall in the sky, and the refreshing
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Where to stay in Nagahama

With accommodations ranging from traditional Japanese ryokans to Western-style high-rise hotels, Nagahama offers plenty of places to stay. The majority of the city's lodgings lie within walking distance from the station, also putting the main attractions at your doorstep. Traditional lodgings on the waterfront and at the edge of the central park are popular, with many providing onsite restaurants and luxurious private onsens. If you're traveling on a shoestring, a smattering of more modest complexes lies farther back from the waterfront, equipped with all the basic amenities required for a good night's sleep.
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