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|Origin||Mikuniyama, Tottori Prefecture|
|Mouth||Miho Bay, Sea of Japan|
|Length||77 km (48 mi)|
|Source elevation||1004 m (3294 ft)|
|Avg. discharge||-- m³/s (-- ft³/s)|
|Basin area||870 km² (336 mi²)|
The Hino River (日野川 Hinogawa ) is a major river in the western part of Tottori Prefecture. The river flows east-northeast for 1004m beginning from Mikuniyama in Nichinan in southern Tottori Prefecture. At Kofu, the river turns north-northwest before finally discharging into Miho Bay at Heizu near Yonago. Approximately 60,800 people use the water from the Hino River.