Shimanto River No.3

Kochi, Ehime

出典: Wikipedia

The Shimanto River is a river in western Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. 196 km in length, it has a watershed of 2,270 km². Its name is written with kanji meaning "forty thousand and ten". Since the river is remote from major cities and does not have any dams, it is sometimes referred to as "the last clear stream of Japan". Fishing and production of nori is a thriving industry along the river. It has been named one of the "Three Clear-Flowing Rivers in Japan", along with the Nagara River in Gifu Prefecture and the Kakita River in Shizuoka Prefecture. The river also has 47 chinkabashi including those of tributaries. Chinkabashi are low water crossings without parapets in order not to be washed away by floods. The prefecture decided to preserve them as cultural heritages.

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掲載されている山

From Tosataisho Station To Kawarakko

登山ほけん

1日単位で入れる YAMAP登山ほけん

週末の登山に、1日250円から入れる手軽なYAMAP登山ほけん。

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