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The Ashio Copper Mine: digging through history Jigsaw Japan

Jul 21, 2019· Copper was first discovered at Ashio in 1610 and mining with hammers and chisels commenced shortly thereafter. Even with this simple mining tools, about 1,500 tons of copper was mined annually at the mine through the end of the 18th century when the mine

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Ashio Copper Mine Nikko, Japan Atlas Obscura

During World War II, the Ashio Copper Mine made use of POW slave labor mainly consisting of Korean prisoners. Chinese POWs were also forced to work in the mines and more than 100 were killed.

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Ashio Copper Mine: Brief History into the Destruction and

Over some decades ago, production by mining was considered so important that addressing the pollution problem it caused was set aside. This was the case with “Ashio Copper Mine”, once considered the best mining site in Japan in the 1600s. However, later on, it became a major site of pollution in the 1800s causing several miners riots. Let’s check out its mining history. The Mine’s

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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 maximum possible output in the 1600s.

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400 years of the Ashio Copper Mine

In the 1890s, the copper which was produced in the Ashio Copper Mine (the top producer in the country) as well as the Besshi and Hitachi Copper Mines accounted for 5-7% of the total exports of copper in the world. The introduction of cutting-edge technology Cutting-edge technology for mine development supported the growth of Ashio.

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Kazuo Nimura 'The Historical Development of Working

A 'Mining Survey' of the time states that "one furnace is able to smelt 3,375kg of ore a day" 12), while "The Development of Refining at Ashio Copper Mine" records that "48 of the old-type furnaces were installed and half of them were always in operation at any one time" 13). Judging from the actual amount of copper smelted, however, each

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Kazuo Nimura 'The Historical Development of Working

29) For a detailed discussion of the historical development of methods of extraction, see articles by Murakami Yasumasa: "Mining Papers [II]" (1986), 'Manual Mining Methods in the Early Modern Period' ("Studies in Japanese Mining History" Vol. 10, March 1982, 'Mining Methods at Ashio Copper Mine' ("Technology and Culture" Vol. 3 No. 2).

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Browse by Subject Passing on "The Japanese Experience

The Ashio copper mine now became the leading copper producer as a result of its greatly increased productivity. II. Protests against Mining Poisons and Governmental Measures The predominantly capitalistic production system of the Ashio copper mine brought about serious mining-induced environmental destruction.

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Browse by Subject Passing on "The Japanese Experience

In this manner, improvements in smelting brought even further development of the Ashio Copper Mine. At the same time, the inherent problems of the mine were exacerbated. On 30 May 1958, two years after the completion of the new smelting hearth, the Gengorozawa slag pile, being smaller than the 14 other piles at the Ashio Copper Mine, collapsed

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Ashio Copper Mine Nikko, Japan Atlas Obscura

During World War II, the Ashio Copper Mine made use of POW slave labor mainly consisting of Korean prisoners. Chinese POWs were also forced to work in the mines and more than 100 were killed.

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400 years of the Ashio Copper Mine

In the 1890s, the copper which was produced in the Ashio Copper Mine (the top producer in the country) as well as the Besshi and Hitachi Copper Mines accounted for 5-7% of the total exports of copper in the world. The introduction of cutting-edge technology Cutting-edge technology for mine development supported the growth of Ashio.

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The development process of mining pollution at the Ashio

The development process of mining pollution at the Ashio Copper Mine Masuro Sugai (UNUP, 416 . HSDRJE ; 78) United Nations University, c1983

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Kazuo Nimura 'The Historical Development of Working

1) The Ashio Copper Mine Office 'Report on the Mining Industry in 1883' ("The Life of Furukawa Junkichi" p. 34). 2) For more on the kilns, see note 1) above and Sakigawa Motarô, "Report on Copper Metallurgical Work at Ashio Copper Mine" 1898, Tôkyô University Faculty of Engineering Department of Metallurgy Library archive).

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

Dec 22, 2001· In the l890's the Ashio Copper Mine was responsible for the destruction of large portions of the Kanto Plain through caustic effluents released into the Watarase and Tone rivers. With the livelihoods and health of thousands of farmers at stake, the Ashio Pollution case quickly became a cause celebre for Meiji social reformers.

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Kazuo Nimura 'The Historical Development of Working

29) For a detailed discussion of the historical development of methods of extraction, see articles by Murakami Yasumasa: "Mining Papers [II]" (1986), 'Manual Mining Methods in the Early Modern Period' ("Studies in Japanese Mining History" Vol. 10, March 1982, 'Mining Methods at Ashio Copper Mine' ("Technology and Culture" Vol. 3 No. 2).

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History Furukawa Co.,Ltd.

・Set up a machinery works at the Ashio Copper Mine and entered into the machinery business. 1914 ・Manufactured the first rock drill in Japan. 1918 ・Spun off mining business from Furukawa General Partnership and established Furukawa Mining Co., Ltd.

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Browse by Subject Passing on "The Japanese Experience

In 1884, the Ashio Copper Mine was already producing one quarter of the total copper output in Japan, and it maintained a share of around 30 per cent up to the end of the nineteenth century. IV. A LACK OF MODERNIZATION IN HUMAN RELATIONS The modernization of the Ashio Copper Mine progressed extremely rapidly.

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Browse by Subject Passing on "The Japanese Experience

In this manner, improvements in smelting brought even further development of the Ashio Copper Mine. At the same time, the inherent problems of the mine were exacerbated. On 30 May 1958, two years after the completion of the new smelting hearth, the Gengorozawa slag pile, being smaller than the 14 other piles at the Ashio Copper Mine, collapsed

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TECHNOLOGICAL AND MANAGERIAL DEVELOPMENT OF

In the ten years from 2003 to 2013 global mine production of copper has increased by over 23% to meet demand while the weighted average head grade has dropped from 0.9 to 0.7% Cu.

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The development process of mining pollution at the Ashio

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

Journal of Social History 33.4 (2000) 1003-1005 The name Ashio is usually associated with Japan's first major pollution incident. In the 1890's the Ashio Copper Mine was responsible for the

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