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Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering
The history of erosion control dams started with a series of dams constructed with stones by dry masonry method, as part of the erosion control dam program under the direct control of the Ministry of Home Affairs during the Meiji Era. Many of those old dams have been destroyed as a result of frequent sediment discharges. However, some of the existing old dams have blended in with local landscaper and have been registered at tangible cultural properties due to their historical significance. Mostdoi:10.11475/sabo1973.60.4_40 fatcat:k6wr4dcaozefnakhxgyconcknm