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Togo Dam (Regulating Pond)

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Purpose AWI *See more -> the functions of the dam
Location Nisshin City, Aichi Pref. / Miyoshi City, Aichi Pref. / Togo Town, Aichi Gun, Aichi Pref. *See more
Type Earthfill dam
Gate Radial gate:1
Fixed cone valve:2
Roto valve:1
Dam Height(m) 31
Crest Length(m) 975
Total Storage
(1,000m³)
9,000
Completion 1961
Details Togo Dam was constructed on the permeable foundation by applying the most advanced construction method at that time, introducing latest civil work technologies from the U.S. such as Blanket method and Relief well construction method. A small hydraulic power plant was constructed in the downstream of the dam and is generating electricity used for management of Aichi Canal.

Location

Address
25-25 Katahirayama Morowa,Togo Town, Aichi Pref.
Phone No.
81-561-39-5460

Access

Car
Get off Tomei Expressway at Tomei-Miyoshi IC
Train
Get off Meitetsu Toyota Line at Komenoki sta.

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Toyokawa Inari (Temple)
Kiso Fukushima post-station TownThis temple is quite famous among all the business persons, because of the alleged effect of this Inari temple for buiness prosperity and growth.Especially during the new year holidays awful lots of worhippers come to this temple as one of the three most well-known Inari in Japan.
Photo by "Aichi Now" HP
See more ->Aichi Now (Aichi Prefectural Tourism Association)
Mt. Horai and Horaiji Temple
Kiso Fukushima post-station TownLocated in the west of Oshima Dam and other facilities, Mt. Hirai and Horaiji Temple are located. The temple has the long history since its foundation in the 700s and the main entrance trail to the temple consists of 1425steps of stones and there is the tallest Japanese cedar tree of 60m (800 years Old) standing on the trail. Aichi Prefecture's simbol bird of Japanese scops owl is said to be living in the forest of this mountain, so the entire mountain forest is now designated as natural scenic beauty and national monument as well. If you are wonderinga about it, you should come and confirm its healing effect.
Photo by "Aichi Now" HP
See more ->Aichi Now (Aichi Prefectural Tourism Association)

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