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Revision as of 09:35, 22 August 2009

Maibara (米原) is a city in Shiga, Japan.


Get in

Most of Maibara's visitors come in by train and never see more than the station. A major junction, Maibara is along the Tokaido Shinkansen line from Osaka and Kyoto to Nagoya and Tokyo (2 hours), and also the eastern terminus of the shinkaisoku rapid commuter trains from the Kansai region.

Get around


Look at Lake Biwa. Its the biggest lake in Japan.






Get out

  • Lake Biwa - Japan's largest lake
  • Hikone - one of Japan's less-known castle towns is only a few stops away
Routes through Maibara
Shin-OsakaKyoto  W noframe E  Gifu-HashimaNagoya
FukuiNagahama  N noframe S  END
KyotoHikone  W noframe E  SekigaharaNagoya

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