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日本の近代化や高度経済成長を支え、その終焉とともに
閉鎖を迎えた各地の鉱山

そこには、当時の遺構が現在も残ります

The Japanese mining industry developed in response to demand brought about by modernization and rapid economic growth.
Afterwards, most of the mines closed due to depletion of resources.

The remains of mining facilities still stand even after losing the function.

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土畑鉱山跡

大正末期に銅山として発展を迎え、古くから鉱山で栄えた和賀郡旧湯田町において地域最後の鉱山として操業を続けました。

1976 年閉山

Tsuchihata Mine

The mine produced copper ore from the early 20th century and operated as the last one of former Yuda Town, Waga county, where many mines prospered in the past.

closure in 1976

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土畑鉱山
July 2024

Tsuchihata
Mine

鉱山の歴史概要、解説文の一部に加筆、修正を行い、湯川地区の空中写真を追加しました…

Revised some parts of the history and summary, publishing an aerial photograph of Yugawa area…

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阿仁鉱山
May 2024

Ani
Mine

鉱山の歴史概要、解説文の一部に加筆、修正を行い、小沢地区の空中写真を追加しました…

Revised some parts of the history and summary, publishing an aerial photograph of Ani area…

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大湊鉱山
March 2024

Ominato
Mine #01

遠心鋳造鋼管の製造は世界的に未開発の分野であり、考案者の中島は実用化にあたって多くの特許を取得しました…

The production of steel tubes using centrifugal casting method was an undeveloped field at that time…

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赤谷鉱山
January 2024

Akatani
Mine

鉱山の歴史概要、解説文の一部に加筆を行い、閉山年を修正ました…

Revised some parts of the history and summary, correcting the year of closure…

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