Tokachi Dam

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Tokachi Dam
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Location Hokkaidō, Japan
Coordinates 43°14′25″N142°56′20″E / 43.24028°N 142.93889°E / 43.24028; 142.93889
Construction began1970
Opening date1984
Dam and spillways
Impounds Tokachi River
Height84.3 m
Length443 m
Reservoir
Total capacity112,000,000 m³
Catchment area 592.0 km²
Surface area420 hectares

Tokachi Dam is a dam in Hokkaidō, Japan.


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