Miike coal mine
Miike coal mine (三池炭鉱 Miike Tankō?), also known as the Mitsui Miike Coal Mine (三井三池炭鉱 Mitsui Miike Tankō?), was the largest coal mine in Japan, located in the area of Ōmuta, Fukuoka and Arao, Kumamoto, Japan.
From 1960 to 1962 the mine was involved in a much-reported labor dispute which divided the workers and involved violent strike-breaking actions.
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- Industrial pollution in Japan Chapter - 5 The Miike coal-mine explosion
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- Workers get the shaft in Mitsui coal mine closure Asahi Shimbun, 18 February 1997
- Kawabata, Tai, "Film mines rich seams of history", Japan Times, 14 August 2011, p. 8.
- Former Miike Coal Mine Miyahara Pit, from Kyushu Tourism Information
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