Observation deck and reference room with a view of the area around the dam

Nukui Dam is a multipurpose dam completed in March 2002 in Akiota Town, Yamagata District, Hiroshima Prefecture, located west of the central part of the Chugoku region. The Nukui Dam was constructed in the middle of the Takiyama River, one of the tributaries of the Ota River, and has four major roles: flood protection for the Ota River, conservation of the river environment, supply of tap water to Hiroshima City and its surrounding areas, and power generation. Is responsible for. The height of the Nukui Dam is 156m, and it is the second largest arch-type concrete dam in Japan after the "Kurobe Dam" of Kansai Electric Power Company. In addition, Nukui Dam's "Lake Ryuhime" has an effective water storage capacity of 79 million cubic meters, which is the second largest directly managed dam under the jurisdiction of the Chugoku Regional Development Bureau.


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Yamagata-gun Akiota-cho Oaza Kake 1956-2

About 25 minutes by car from Chugoku Expressway Kake Smart IC, or about 30 minutes by car from Chugoku Expressway Togochi IC

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