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A lake of southern Honshu, Japan, west of Nagoya. It is the largest lake in the country and a popular scenic resort area.


(ˈbi wɑ)

Lake, the largest lake in Japan, on Honshu, near Kyoto. 260 sq. mi. (673 sq. km).
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