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Higashida

2017年6月25日
Birth place of Steel Making Industry Higashida
Higashida is located at the food of Mt. Sarakura
from where visitors can enjoy “the One Million Dollar Night 
View” and Dokai Bay, which is used as a shipping port for 
the steel industry. 
The area boasts various tourist attractions 
such as
World Cultural Heritage, Higashida No.1 Blast Furnace
Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History and Human History, 
which is the largest museum in western Japan, and also hot 
springs set amid the natural surroundings of
Mt. Sarakura.

Mount Sarakura
The mountain is the highest mountain in Kitakyushu with an 
altitude of 622 meters above sea level.  
At the top you are 
presented with a magnificent and spectacular view of Kitakyushu. 
In the evening, one of
 the most beautiful night scenes in the 
world can be seen.  more
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World Cultural Heritage
The four sites of Yawata Steel Works have been inscribed 
to 2015 World Heritage list in July 2015 as Iron and Steel Industry.
The First Head Office of the Imperial Steel Works, the steel-
framed repair workshops, the Former Forge Shop, and
the Onga River Pumping Station.  more ...

Higashida No.1 Blast Furnace
The Blast Furnace used to stand next to the area now occupied 
by Space World and was where Japan's steel industry began 
in 1901. It contributed greatly to the development of the 
Japanese steel industry and was used until 1972, and has been
preserved just as it was.
more
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Yahata port
Japan’s Modern Steel Works history started here.
Yawata was a rural village with a small population of agriculture 
and fishing industry. And this place was decided in Parliament 
as the Japan’s Modern Steel Works construction site in 1897.


Dedicated railway for Yawata Steel Works 
Connected between Yawata and Tobata. Construction work 
took three years, and completed in 1930. The most difficult 
and hard work was making Miyatayama tunnel with a total 
length of 1180 m due to suffering from floods. The gates of 
the Miyatayama tunnel are decorated with stately designs.


Kitakyushu Innovation Gallery Studio
In April 2007, based on this theme of “innovation,” the 
Kitakyushu Innovation Gallery & Studio (KIGS) opened in 
Yahata, Higashida, the first site of steel manufacturing in 
Japan’s modern age.  more ...

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