Tadami River

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Tadamigawa-River at Tadami, Tadami, Fukushima.jpg
The river near Tadami
Country Japan
Basin features
River mouth Agano River
Basin size 8,400 km2 (3,243 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 260 km (162 mi)

The Tadami River (只見川?, Tadami-gawa) is a major tributary of the Agano River in Japan. Its basin covers 8,400 km2 (3,243 sq mi) and its main stem is extensively regulated and developed for hydroelectric power. The river is located within Niigata, Gunma and Fukushima Prefectures.[1]


Starting from the furthest upstream, the river is dammed by:


  1. ^ "Case Study 15-02: Others – Use of Driftwood in Reservoir – Taki Dam, Japan" (PDF). IEA Hydropower Implementing Agreement Annex VIII -. New Energy Foundation,. 2006. Retrieved 15 August 2011. 

Coordinates: 37°37′25″N 139°45′27″E / 37.62361°N 139.75750°E / 37.62361; 139.75750 (Tadami River mouth)