There are about 2,700 dams throughout Japan.Gravity concrete dams are the most common in Japan.In the lecture, you can learn about the history of construction, as well as advanced redevelopment technology.
The tour of the dam is scheduled for about two hours.
The tour will include tours of nearby facilities as well as dams. (For example, nearby dams, sake breweries, sewage treatment facilities. Tell us where you want to go.)
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Want to study by observation the dam in Japan.
Want to easily join a dam tour from a hotel in Kagoshima.
※ The handling fee for refund will be paid by the customer.
※ If the number of people in the hotel room or the room type changes due to a reduction in the number of participants, additional charges will be required.
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Tour Code: ci10-1d
Go to the Dam
Arrive at Dam.
The biggest dam in western Japan! Go inside the tallest dam in Kyushu.
After receiving a technical lecture, you can tour the inside of the dam.
Tsuruta Dam is a multipurpose dam constructed to protect the downstream from floods and to generate electricity using the power of the water stored in Lake Otsuru.
Type : Concrete dam
Dam height : 117.5m
Volume : 123 million m2
Total cost : 13.5 billion yen
Visit another one or two place.
For example, nearby dams, sake breweries, sewage treatment facilities. Tell us where you want go.
Arrive at your hotel.
Kagoshima prefecture located in the southern part of Kyushu. The symbol Sakurajima is an active volcano and you can see how it smokes.
There are also 100 hot spring resorts in Kagoshima prefecture, and the hot springs such as seaside sand steamed hot springs, the mythical Kirishima hot springs, and Hinatayama hot springs, which are hot springs, have various attractions.
In addition, you can see Japanese samurai culture such as samurai residences in Chiran and Japanese gardens in Shimazu.
The explanation of the dam staff is kind and detailed.
Civil engineeringIndonesia 15 people
The dam water was a dirty image, but the dam water in Japan was very clean and wonderful. Dam technology is safe and high quality. The explanation of the dam staff is kind and detailed.