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  • Kazuo Nimura 'The Historical Development of Working

    It is known that they were being used before then, and in his 'Inspection Report on the Ashio Copper Mine, Tochigi Prefecture', Tashiro Naeomi states that 'for greater convenience following improvements made in 1885' 28), electric fuses were first used that year to ignite dynamite, which must therefore have been in use before 1884.

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  • Ashio Copper Mine Japan Hoppers

    The Ashio Copper Mine resides in Gunma Prefecture, and was once one of the top locations for copper in Japan for a long time following its discovery 400 years ago. Although it is an abandoned mine now, it is still maintained as a tourist facility where you can glimpse back into the past of the mining facility.

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  • Chapter 1 The Ashio Copper mine pollution case The

    Copper played an important role in the development of Japan's capitalism, and the main domestic copper producer was the Ashio copper mine. The Ashio copper mine had been the property of the Tokugawa shogunate, and as such had produced 1,500 tons annually, which was the

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  • Historical Exhibitions of Ashio Copper Mine with tram

    Aug 20, 20170183;32;Ashio Copper Mine was initially found in 1610 and developed as a major copper base in Japan until the middle of Showa era. As there were nothing but poor environmental treatments, the area suffered from the production of copper.

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  • The Ashio Copper Mine Incident by chelsea woody on Prezi

    Akiyama, Tomohide (1992). A forest again lessons from the Ashio Copper Mine and reforestation operations. Food and Agriculture Policy Research Center, University of California United Nations University (1983). Development Process of Mining Pollution at the Ashio Copper Mine

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  • the incident of copper mine of chilliee mountainboards

    Ashio Copper Mine. The Ashio Copper Mine Incident is the name given to the environmental disaster that occurred as a result of the Ashio. The grassroots movement that shut down an Indian copper plant

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  • Project MUSE Bad Water Nature, Pollution, and Politics

    Robert Stolz's Bad Water Nature, Pollution, and Politics in Japan, 18701950 is an impressive analysis of the history of the interaction between political and ecological thought in modern Japan. The Japanese experience of the Ashio Copper Mine pollution incident during the late Meiji period created a great many thinkers and activists, such

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  • Ashio Copper Mine The Full Wiki

    Ashio Copper Mine circa 1895 The Ashio Copper Mine , Ashio , Tochigi prefecture , Japan which became very significant from the end of the nineteenth century to the mid twentieth century. It was the site of major pollution in the 1880s and the scene of the 1907 miners riots .

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  • Ashio Copper Mine

    The Ashio Copper Mine, Ashio, Tochigi prefecture, Japan, became very significant from the end of the 19th century to the mid 20th century.It was the site of major pollution in the 1880s and the scene of the 1907 miners riots.During World War Two the mine was worked by

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  • Industrial Pollution in Meiji Japan The Case of the Ashio

    In 1877, Furukawa Ichibei purchased the Ashio Copper Mine in Tochigi Prefecture, close to the Tokugawa mausoleum at Nikko. Furukawa had made his fortunes in exporting silk, and now he was ready to try his hand at mining.

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  • Ashio, Japan Encyclopedia

    A large vein of copper ore was discovered in 1884, and by 1885 the Ashio Copper mine produced 4,100 tons, about 40% of the total national output per year. Arsenic was a byproduct. The piles of slag mounted, and more waste runoff polluted the Watarase River and local farmlands.

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  • Recent heavy metal concentrations in Watarase basin around

    Pollution in the Watarase River caused by mineral wastewater containing high levels of copper discharged during the development of the Ashio Copper Mine is one of the most well known environmental pollution problems in Japan, and has been called the quot;Starting line of environmental pollution problems in Japan.quot;

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  • The Ashio Riot of 1907 A Social history of mining in

    The Ashio Riot of 1907 A Social History of Mining In Japan. By Nimura Kazuo (Durham, North Carolina Duke University Press, 1998. xiii plus 275 pp. $17.95/paperback $54.95/cloth). The name Ashio is usually associated with Japan's first major pollution incident.

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  • developements made by the ashio copper mine

    Potential for Porphyry Copper Deposits in Northern T197;hoku or the . Attempts were made in the past to explain this par tence of porphyry copper deposits mainly from an empirical and practical . key metallogenic developments of the past 25+ years.

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  • History Furukawa Co.,

    Began the operation of the Kusakura Copper Mine in Niigata (Company foundation). 1877 Began the operation of the Ashio Copper Mine in Tochigi.

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  • Mining Methods at the Ashio Copper Mine library.aimehq

    Mining Methods at the Ashio Copper Mine BY MABAYUKI OTAQAWA, TOKYO, JAPAN (New York Meeting, February, 1922) THE mining methods adopted in Japanese mines are less known to tkie mining world than those of other countries, owing to the geographical remoteness, but they present many features of interest to mining engineers.

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  • Ashio copper mine Revolvy

    Aug 01, 20140183;32;The Ashio Copper Mine, Ashio, Tochigi prefecture, Japan, became very significant from the end of the 19th century to the mid 20th century. It was the site of major pollution in the 1880s and the scene of the 1907 miners riots.

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  • POW Camp Tokyo 9 B Ashio mansell

    See also this Tokyo roster of assorted nationalities and camps (Ashio is noted as 12D). Affidavit of Sgt. John K. Johnson , Harbor Defense, Corregidor. Relates experience of Cabanatuam, Bilibid, hell ship, Hitachi and Ashio.

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  • Remake Politics, Not Nature Tanaka Shozo's Philosophies

    Though an exploited copper mine since the seventeenth centurythe copper roofs of the Tokugawa shrine at Nikko are from Ashiothe Ashio mine increased greatly in size and output after being acquired by Meiji success story Furukawa Ichibei (18321903) in 1877.

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  • Ashio Copper Mine, Japan EJAtlas

    The Ashio Copper mining conflict is significant in Japanese history, because it was the first issue that created a huge surge of environmental movements. Shozo Tanaka is known to have fought for the farmers and the villagers in favour of shutting down the mine.

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  • Volume Visiting the Ashio Copper Mine* library.aimehq

    Tokyo, the trip to the Ashio copper mine stands out as one of the most enjoyable. In every detail look ing to our comfort and pleasure the Furukawa company, our hosts, were admirable. This company operates five other copper mines, also gold and coal mines. Ashio is the largest with an annual production of about 14,000 tons of copper. It has

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  • Ashio Copper Mine Lost Collective

    Ashio Copper Mine continued to operate until the copper lodes were depleted bringing the facility to a close permanently in 1973. At its peak, the population of Ashio stood close to 35,000 with around 23,000 of those being mine employees and their families. The remaining 12,000 were subcontractors to the mine and local shopkeepers.

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  • Kazuo Nimura 'The Historical Development of Working

    34) During this period the 'Conditions of Work for Mineworkers at Furukawa Ashio Copper Mine' were issued and wages were paid in accordance with the 'Mineworkers' Graded Remunerations List' that they contained. The 'Conditions of Work' described ore smelters as 'those engaged in smelting and refining ore' (quot;Ashio Copper Mine in Picturesquot; p. 31).

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  • Ashio Copper Mine ~~pictures~~ YouTube

    Apr 03, 20110183;32;However, a new pithead was made several years later. 107 ~~The remain of old Odaki powder magazine~~ It began to mine by using gunpowder in 1881 in Ashio Copper Mine .

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  • VI. The historical implications of the Ashio Copper mine

    VI. The historical implications of the Ashio Copper mine poisoning incidents. 1. Copper mining related Environmental Destruction. Before launching into the historical implications of the Ashio copper mine poisonings, a brief explanation of the environmental problems involved is in order.

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  • History Furukawa Co.,

    Began the operation of the Kusakura Copper Mine in Niigata (Company foundation). 1877 Began the operation of the Ashio Copper Mine in Tochigi.

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  • 400 years of the Ashio Copper Mine CSJ

    Since then, the Ashio Copper Mine has played a central role in the rapid economic growth under capitalism in Japan. It was a driving force in the New Industry Development (Shokusan Kogyo) promoted by the Meiji Government. Production increased steadily and the annual production reached over 6,000 tons from 1887 onwards.

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  • 2015 Ashio Field Trip Report

    Potential tourism development in Ashio Bayarmaa Enkhbold (Mongolia) As one of the regular field trips of the SUSTEP program (Sustainability Science, Technology, and Policy), we went to the Ashio Copper Mine site, which was once the biggest copper mine in Japan. The purpose of this tour was to gain knowledge about the

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  • Ashio () Tozai Trek

    Copper played an important role in the development of Japans capitalism because its export brought in much needed foreign money, and the main domestic copper producer was the Ashio copper mine.. In 1868, the newly established Meiji government made the modernization of the country by increasing military strength and expanding industrial production its first national priority.

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  • 400 years of the Ashio Copper Mine CSJ

    Since then, the Ashio Copper Mine has played a central role in the rapid economic growth under capitalism in Japan. It was a driving force in the New Industry Development (Shokusan Kogyo) promoted by the Meiji Government. Production increased steadily and the annual production reached over 6,000 tons from 1887 onwards.

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  • Sightseeing in Ashio Nikko City Tochigi Prefecture

    The copper mine history is also the history of environmental pollution. A man living Ashio told me that he feel very disappointed at the negative image of Ashio. Ashio is

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  • Closed Mines as Sites of Learning and Engagement in Japan

    From the centre entrance a small mine train transports visitors to the underground mine tunnel. Inside the tunnel, the history of the mine, main activities that miners did in the past, and old machines, mineral samples and products made by copper are presented in different ways.

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  • History and Memory in Japan June 2016

    In 1877, Furukawa Ichibei purchased the Ashio Copper Mine in Tochigi Prefecture, close to the Tokugawa mausoleum at Nikko. Furukawa had made his fortunes in exporting silk, and now he was ready to try his hand at mining.

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  • The Ashio Riot of 1907 A Social History of Mining in

    In The Ashio Riot of 1907, Nimura Kazuo explains why the workers at the Ashio copper mine Japan's largest mining concern and one of the largest such operations in the world joined together for three days of rioting against the Furukawa Company in February 1907.

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  • The History of Furukawa Co.,Ltd

    During the Meiji Era, copper mine development became governmentally regulated and since the famous Ashio copper mines pollution was rising in the area along the Watarase River in 1891, the copper mine operation faced a possible shutdown.

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  • Ashio, Japan Encyclopedia

    A year later, signs of copper pollution were already appearing. Rice yields decreased and people who bathed in the river developed painful sores, but production expanded. A large vein of copper ore was discovered in 1884, and by 1885 the Ashio Copper mine produced 4,100 tons, about 40% of the total national output per year. Arsenic was a byproduct.

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