She played the samisen, the kotto, the Biwa, and the small hand-drum.
A fine native fruit, when well grown, is the Biwa or loquat.
He heard the sound of a Biwa (mandolin) proceeding from a veranda.
For many hours he had played, drawing strange music from his Biwa.
The "Biwa," more than any other instrument, is played by blind performers, who accompany it with ballads.
A wandering ballad-singer passed that way, with his Biwa slung across his back.
One hundred and thirty miles to the west as the crane wings her flight, in the heart of Omi, is Biwa Ko, the lake of the lute.
The road between Kioto and Biwa we travelled the following morning in jinrikishas.
On those days I one day went to the city and bought a little doll of blind priest with a Biwa.
He sought also the free air and the sound of falling water, yet dearer to him than the plucked strings of sho and Biwa.