Dam in Gifu Prefecture

1088-Hatogaya Dam (Ohmaki Dam)

Dam in Gifu Prefecture
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Location: Aza-Tochi, Shirakawa-mura, Ono-gun, Gifu-ken

View of the levee from the bridge on the opposite bank

View of the levee from the bridge on the opposite bank

I have no idea which is the official name of the Omaki Dam, or why it is called by two different names, since it is written as the Hatoya Dam on some maps, but I would like to write them both together here.
It is located 12-13 km north of the Mimogi Dam on Route 156 in a straight line. Shirakawa-go, famous for its World Heritage Site of gassho-zukuri palms, is located nearby, and the nearby roads are crowded with sightseeing buses.

dam characteristics

form (something takes)gravity-fed concrete dam
Bank height63.2m
Bank length331.5m
Dam volume206,000m3
water (esp. cool, fresh water, e.g. drinking water)
Watershed Area580 km2
Reservoir area151ha
Total storage capacity33,539,000m3
Effective water storage capacity4,387,000m3
Year Completed1956

Other facilities/observations

Parking lot×First of all, I apologize m(__)m I only have one photo this time....
It was difficult to find a good shooting point, and this was the only shot I could get.
I wanted to get a closer shot because they were discharging....
But they say they release the fish every day.
PR Exhibition Hall×

Accommodations related to Hatoya Dam (Omaki Dam)

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Shin Jinma

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