Kotō Prefectural Natural Park

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Kotō Prefectural Natural Park
湖東県立自然公園
Saimyoji Kora Shiga pref05n4592.jpg
Saimyō-ji
Location Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Area 43.67 km²
Established 15 May 1987

Kotō Prefectural Natural Park (湖東県立自然公園 Kotō kenritsu shizen kōen?) is a Prefectural Natural Park in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. Established in 1987, the park comprises areas of the eastern plains of Lake Biwa and the foothills of the Suzuka Mountains. It spans the municipalities of Aishō, Higashiōmi, Hikone, Kōra and Taga, and encompasses the temples of Hyakusai-ji (百済寺?), Kongōrin-ji (金剛輪寺?), and Saimyō-ji (西明寺?).[1][2]

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