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帯江鉱山 (Obi Kō Kōzan)

帯江鉱山は岡山県倉敷市にあった鉱山。 古くから銅山として知られていたが、明治に入り開発が本格化。明治24年岡山の坂本金弥が三菱より買収、周辺の小鉱山を次々買収して一本化し、「帯江鉱山」と名づけた。明治40年には採掘量が最高に達した。大正期に入ると、産出量の減少などにより経営難となり、大正8年に操業停止。昭和9年、完全に閉山。 跡地は岡山ゴルフ倶楽部となっているが、中庄の交番付近に元発電所の煙突が残っている。また、自動車教習所の裏にレンガ建造物が現存する。

Zone Mine

Zone Mine was a mine in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. It was known as the copper mine since long ago, but entered the Meiji era, development began full-scale. Kanaya Sakamoto of Okayama purchased from Mitsubishi in the Meiji 24 Okayama acquisition, consolidated the surrounding small mines one after another, and named it "Zone River Mine". The amount of mined reached the highest in Meiji 40. When entering the Taisho period, management became difficult due to a decrease in output, etc., and stopped operating in Taisho 8 years. Showa 9, completely closed. The site is Okayama golf club, but the chimney of the former power station remains near the police box of Nakasone. Also, brick buildings exist in the back of the driving school.

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