Kasagi Dam

Kasagi Dam

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dam_name= Kasagi Dam



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open=1936
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reservoir_capacity=14,121,000 m³
reservoir_catchment=2301.2 km²
reservoir_surface=109 hectares
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Kasagi Dam is a dam in the Gifu Prefecture of Japan.


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