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Tenjin River
天神川
Tenjin River in 2014
Location
CountryJapan
StateHonshu
RegionTottori
Physical characteristics
SourceTsuguro (津黒山)
 • elevation1,118 m (3,668 ft)
MouthSea of Japan
 • coordinates
35°30′16″N 133°51′26″E / 35.5044°N 133.8572°E / 35.5044; 133.8572Coordinates: 35°30′16″N 133°51′26″E / 35.5044°N 133.8572°E / 35.5044; 133.8572
Length32 km (20 mi)
Basin size490 km2 (190 sq mi)

The Tenjin River (天神川) is a river in Tottori Prefecture, Japan.[1] There are approximately 120 sakura trees along the river. Visitors can take part in hanami (flower-viewing party) which is held each year.

References

  1. ^ "天神川とは - コトバンク".