Hino River

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Hino River
Hino River near Yonago, Tottori, Japan.jpg
Hino River near Yonago, Tottori Prefecture
Origin Mikuniyama, Tottori Prefecture
Mouth Miho Bay, Sea of Japan
Basin countries Japan
Length 77 km (48 mi)
Source elevation 1004 m (3294 ft)
Mouth elevation 0
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.