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琢美鉱山 (Migaku Bi Kōzan)

琢美鉱山は兵庫県神崎郡神河町(旧・神崎郡大河内町)にあった鉱山。 砒素・銅が採掘された。 江戸時代末期に開発され、明治末期には川上鉱山と並んで銅鉱山として稼行された(「明治13年発見、同年10月より採掘開始、明治22年に亜砒酸鉱山として出願、大正10年頃に新式製造窯を築いた」とも)。大正初期から砒鉱を対象として稼行され、昭和10年頃に最盛期を迎えた。昭和15年頃に重力選鉱設備が完成。昭和20年、戦局が激しくなり休山。戦後なりそれまでの廃石から銅や錫を製錬、砒鉱の採掘も再開された。昭和29年より経営者が代わり砒鉱の採掘や製錬が再び本格的に行われた。昭和38年4月、鉱況不良により閉山。 坑口跡などが残るらしい。

Takumi mine

Takumi mine was a mine in Hyogo prefecture Kanzaki gun Gakawa town (Okochi cho in Kanzaki gun, Kanzaki gun). Arsenic · copper was mined. It was developed in the late Edo era and was operated as a copper mine alongside the Kawakami mine in the late Meiji era ("Discovery in Meiji 13, mining started in October of the same year, filed as an arsenite mine in Meiji 22, a new formula We built a manufacturing kiln. " It was launched for arsenic since the beginning of Taisho era, and reached its peak in around 1955. The gravity treatment equipment was completed around 1945. In 1945, the battlefield became intense and closed. After the war, smelting of copper and tin from waste stone until then, mining of arsenite resumed. From 1954 the manager replaces the mining and smelting of arsenic in earnest. Closed mountain due to poor mineral condition in April 1942. It seems that the remains of the wellhead and others will remain.

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