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Hinachi Dam

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Purpose FNWP *See more -> the functions of the dam
Location Nabari City, Mie Pref. *See more
River Nabari Riber, Yodo River System
Type Concrete gravity dam
Gate High head radial gate:2
Dam Height(m) 71
Crest Length(m) 355
Total Storage
(1,000m³)
20,800
Completion 1998
Details Hinachi Dam is the first dam that all the all dam concrete was placed by ELCM (Extended Layer Construction Method). This method enabled us to place the concrete for wide area at one time, so it is efficient and ensured the safety during construction, reduced the construction cost and shortened the construction period.
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Location

Address
Nabari City, Mie Pref.
Phone No.
+81-595-68-7114
*Kizukawa Dam Integrated Operation and Management Office
Address:Nabari City, Mie Pref.
Phone No.:+81-595-64-8961

Access

Train
Apprx.30 min. by bus and walking from Nabari Sta. of Kintetsu Railway Osaka Line
Car
Apprx.35 min. from Ueno IC of Meihan Expressway

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Tourist Spots

Mihata Burial Mounds
Mihata Burial MoundsA total of 7 burial mounds are spotted near Mihata Station. Those are the tombs of the powerfuld clan/family of the age built in 4th to 6th century.
Natsumi Temple Ruins
Natsumi Temple RuinsThere used to be an ancient temple allegedly existed from the end of the 7th to early 8th centuy. The exhibition hall is attached to the park and excavated articles including the budda image and rehabilitation process of the main budda hall are on display. The ruins are now reorganized as a park. It would be interesting to feel the ancient times from those exhibited items, standing on the ground of ancient hall and other buildings.
Former residence of Todo Family
Former residence of Todo FamilyFeudal Lord Todo governed the city of Nabari during Edo period. So Nabari City flourished under his control for many years. Unfortunately part of his residence was burnt down in 1710 due to a big fire. But the remaining residence shows us some remaining valuable items, which now make important cultural heritage today.

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