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Nagaragawa Estuary Barrage

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Purpose FWI *See more -> the functions of the dam
Location Kuwana City, Mie Pref. *See more
River Nagara River, Kiso River System
Type Movable barrage
Gate Shell structure double roller gate
Crest Length(m) 661(Movablesection:555)
Completion 1995
Details All the gates of Nagaragawa Estuary Barrage employ shell structure double roller gates. This structure enables the barrage to conduct the overflow operation that let the river water pass over the gates and the underflow operation that let the river water pass under the gates as well. Both operations can be done at each gate.


136 Tokadomo, Nagashima-cho, Kuwana City, Mie Pref.
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Apprx. 7 min. from Nagashima IC of Higashi-Meihan Expressway
Apprx. 10 min. from Wangan-Nagashima IC of Isewangan Expressway
Apprx. 15 min. from Kiso Sansen National Government Park

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Wajyu no Sato/Kaizu Town Historical Folklore Museum
Kaizu Town Historical Folklore MuseumThree major rivers (Kiso River, Ibi River and Nagara River) are running down toward Ise Bay and there are many small lowland areas of zero meter above sea level surrounded by those main rivers. Each community built the high levees around the community to prote their individual lowland from the possible flood. This is the start of "Wajyu", literally meaning surroundings in a circle. The history dates back to Edo Period, as floods ocurred frequently during the flood season from June to October. Those two museums display the equipment and tools for the ways to prevent the flood attack and many convenient items to efficiently live in those communities. It is worthwhile to visit and learn with your own eys how peole struggled to beat the flood.
Photo by "Kaizu Town Historical Folklore Museum" HP
See more ->Wajyu no Sato (Only Japanese site)
Kaizu Town Historical Folklore Museum

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