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帝釈鉱山 (Taishaku Kōzan)

帝釈鉱山は、兵庫県神戸市北区の帝釈山の南斜面の山腹にあった鉱山。 金・銅・鉛・石膏・螢石が採掘された。 かつては長谷銅山と呼ばれ、昭和初期の頃から帝釈鉱山と呼ばれるようになった。太平洋戦争中に絶頂期を迎えたが、戦後急速に減少し昭和35(1960)年休山(1955年とも)、昭和48年に鉱業権放棄された。

Imperial mine

Imperial mine was a mine that was on the mountainside on the southern slope of Teijiyama in Kita Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture. Gold, copper, lead, gypsum and fluorite were mined. It was once called Hase Volcano, which began to be called Imperial Mine since the early Showa era. It reached its height during the Pacific War, but it declined rapidly after the war and was abandoned mining rights in Showa 35 (1960) (1955) and in 1954.

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