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Abe River, Shizuoka
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The Abe River is a river in Shizuoka Prefecture of central Japan. It is long and has a watershed of.The river rises from Akaishi Mountains which stretch over the border between Yamanashi and Shizuoka Prefectures, and flows into Suruga Bay in the Pacific Ocean). It is known for its clear stream and forms part of the main water supply for Shizuoka city.There are many hot springs at the river head, which is also known for its numerous landslides and for the Abe Great Falls, one of Japan's Top 100 Waterfalls. Unlike the nearby Tenryū River and Ōi River are no dams on the Abe River.Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu carried out extensive construction and formed the present route of the lower course of the river. Abekawamochi, a mochi rice cake dusted with kinako (soybean flour)(mouth
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  • Shizuoka was renamed abekawa wherever you go. Weir came to the famous 安倍川mochi honpo by all means! Tell you its history as well as fewer customers. Especially from the mochi mochi (Japanese horseradish soy sauce) is recommended.
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  • I went to go see the Abe River Fireworks Festival held every year. Also the river is wide and peaceful feeling. Took about 1 hour on foot from Shizuoka station
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  • 安倍川mochi gawa. Rudolf please-very wide river. As visitors a day are not flowing water with no water. Room is very good. Were views of Mt. Fuji in the distance. I envy such a lovely sight every day views, local residents.
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