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  • Abukuma River — The Abukuma River (阿武隈川, Abukuma gawa or Abukumagawa ), with a length of 234 km, is the second longest river in the Tōhoku region of Japan and the 6th longest river in Japan. It rises from springs in the peaks of the Nasu Mountains, collects… …   Wikipedia

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  • Abukuma Express Line — The nihongo|Abukuma Express Line|阿武隈急行線|Abukuma Kyūkō sen is a railway line in Japan. It is owned and operated by the Abukuma Kyūkō Railway Company. The line transits from Fukushima Station in Fukushima Prefecture to Tsukinoki Station in Miyagi… …   Wikipedia

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