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Nagahama Railway Square, Nagahama

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  • But buildings are historic buildings, except boils down to the D51 and ED70 electric locomotive exhibited. It was very good. But to other exhibitions or in train Otaku because not much interested.
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  • Recalling the history, old station is being used. Real ED70 and D51 is powerful. Steam locomotive driver's seat is filled with nostalgia. Model vehicles and iron boy an exciting.
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  • Could the Hokuriku main line at Nagahama station Terminal important role played as I can see. In the station, at that time Chancellor and 2 waiting room had been reproduced. I was surprised that there was a part had not opened on land routes, where transfer to the ship, using the Lake traffic. The best picture depicting the Tokaido line train station on the Hokuriku main line. Sounds like a must-see places to people who are interested in the train.
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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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