Tsubo River

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Tsubo River
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Tsubo River in Seki
Native name津保川  (Japanese)
Location
Country Japan
Physical characteristics
Mouth  
  location
Nagara River
Length45.8 km (28.5 mi)
Basin features
River system Kiso River

The Tsubo River (津保川, Tsubo-gawa) has its source in the northeastern portion of the city of Seki, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. From there, it flows through Gifu and into the Nagara River. It is part of the Kiso River system.

River communities

The river passes through or forms the boundary of the following communities:

Gifu Prefecture
Seki, Tomika, Seki, Gifu

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