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Oze River
Ose River in 2007 Japan.jpg
Oze River in 2007
RegionHiroshima, Yamaguchi
Physical characteristics
SourceOnigajoyama (鬼ヶ城山)[1]
 • locationHatsukaichi, Hiroshima[2]
 • elevation1,031[2] m (3,383 ft)
MouthSeto Inland Sea[2]
 • location
Waki, Yamaguchi; Ōtake, Hiroshima[2]
 • coordinates
34°12′39″N 132°14′47″E / 34.2108°N 132.2463°E / 34.2108; 132.2463Coordinates: 34°12′39″N 132°14′47″E / 34.2108°N 132.2463°E / 34.2108; 132.2463
Length59 km (37 mi)[3]
Basin size340 km2 (130 sq mi)[3]

The Oze River (Japanese: 小瀬川おぜがわ, Hepburn: ozegawa) is a river in Hiroshima Prefecture and Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. The river forms part of the border between the two prefectures, which used to be the border between former Suō Province and Aki Province. It is also known as Kono River (木野川).[3][1]

See also


  1. ^ a b "小瀬川(おぜがわ)とは - コトバンク" (in Japanese). kotobank. Retrieved December 31, 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d "小瀬川水系河川整備計画" (PDF) (in Japanese). Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. p. 1. Retrieved December 31, 2017.
  3. ^ a b c "日本の川 - 中国 - 小瀬川 - 国土交通省水管理・国土保全局" (in Japanese). Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Retrieved December 31, 2017.