Lit. "River of a Thousand Songs"; A river 367 kilometers (228 miles) in length which runs through Nagano Prefecture.
A 31 km (~19 miles) long class A (protected) river which flows through the city of Kyoto.
Lit.: "Pine River"; a tributary of the Jinzuu River in Toyama Prefecture which separates from the main river near Nunose Town. A line of pine trees once stood along its banks; sakura (cherry) trees have now replaced them. Many of the surrounding areas have "sakura" in their name, such as Sakura Bridge Avenue, Sakura Town, New Sakura Town and Sakura Tree Town.
Lit. "female bird feather river"; a river that runs through Matsumoto City.
A river which runs through the center of Fukushima Prefecture in a north-westerly direction.
A river which flows through Seto City in Aichi Prefecture. It is known for the pottery shops along its banks.