Tatsuta polder sluice gates

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The Tatsuta polder sluice gates (立田輪中人造堰樋門 Tatsuta-wajū jinzōseki-himon?) were constructed in 1902 during works on the Kiso River in Yatomi, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. They are an example of western hydraulic engineering technology adopted during the Meiji period.[1][2][3]

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Coordinates: 35°06′03″N 136°43′36″E / 35.10083°N 136.72667°E / 35.10083; 136.72667