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Japan National Route 106

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Japan National Route 106

National Route 106
国道106号
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Length: 94.4 km (58.7 mi)
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan

National Route 106 is a national highway of Japan connecting Miyako, Iwate and Morioka, Iwate in Japan, with a total length of 94.4 km (58.66 mi). It is paralleled for most of its length by JR East's Yamada Line.


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