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Omachi Dam, Omachi

The Ōmachi Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the Takase River just west of Ōmachi in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Construction of the dam began in 1975 and it was completed in 1985. The primary purpose of the dam is water supply and it also supports a 13 MW hydroelectric power station. It is owned by TEPCO.
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  • Didn't get to visit Kurobe Dam while in Omachi for 2 days, but visited Omachi Dam - gorgeous views, easily accessible by car and not crowded.  more »
  • And 60 years ago, the construction does not seem much. However to see the water go down the stairs and back up hard.
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  • Now, an unprecedented dam boom is, before heading there, but I say ōmachi and Kurobe dam is located in Omachi dam is vacant, so land, infrastructure and Transport Ministry officials, described takes about 30 minutes and will because it is good, too. Also, everyone knows that Japanese [manga Japan old tales"television show was-☺ birthplace of Dragon children John children rode the Dragon comes out of the opening of the fairy tale, it is. Children rode a dragon statue, not to be missed is ✌
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  • Is casually dropped, but was surprised at the size of the dam. Also I got the damn card in Omachi dam building.
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