Category:Shingashi River

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日本語: 新河岸川。埼玉県と東京都を流れる延長25.7 kmの一級河川隅田川の支流。
English: The Shingashi River is a 25.7 km river and a tributary of the Sumida River. Formed by the Akama River[1] and a drainage ditch at their confluence[2] near Yawata Bridge in Kaminodamachi 1-chōme, Kawagoe, it flows generally southeast through Fujimino, Shiki, etc., and merges the Sumida River at Kita, Tokyo.

  1. The Akama River departs from the Iruma River at Kasugachō, Iruma ("第5日目 霞川~源流") and flows northeast through Sayama and Kawagoe to become the Shingashi.
  2. "新河岸川 - 源流から氷川橋まで". ▼The starting point of the Shingashi River is shown below.
Object location 35° 54′ 51.27″ N, 139° 28′ 22.09″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth - Proximityrama info Edit coordinates on Wikidata (discrepancy of 0 meters between the above coordinates and the ones stored on Wikidata)


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