What Is the Longest River in Japan?

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The longest river in Japan is called Shinano River, with an approximate length of 366.930432 kilometres. The Shinano River flows from Nagano to Nigata. Typical rivers of Japan originate from the mountainous forests down to the plains.
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Answer The longest river that Japan has is the Shinano River, it is 228 miles long The Shinano river, approx 230 miles, is Japan's longest river and flows from Nagano to Nigata.
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