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Fourth Kurobe Dam
Japan

Kurobe Dam’s size puts it as a world-class arch-style overflow-type dam. And at 186 meters in height, it is the highest dam in Japan. Over 10 tons of water per second blast out of the dam’s drainage in a mist, which makes this a must-see tourism site. The close proximity of newly constructed viewing area to the outflow makes this an extremely appealing place for viewing the spectacle.

Copyright: Hiroshi Tai
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Uploaded: 26/01/2013
Updated: 10/10/2014
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Tags: dam; kurobe; omachi; hydrodam; nagano; tourist attraction
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