This time, I would like to aim for Tatehana Park from the middle reaches of the Niida River.
Since there are many photos, please skip them as appropriate.
The starting point is Suwa 2-chome.
Looking upstream, you can see Mt. Hashikami.
There are anglers in the river.
There is a cement factory on the other side.
After a short walk, I arrived at the Ruike Ryokuchi.
If you go a little further, you will find the drainage gutter gate.
Here, the pressure water pumped at the pumping station is discharged.
Next to the pumping station is Suwa Shrine.
Head further downstream.
The cement factory is now visible in the back.
There is also a drainage gutter gate, but this time it is a natural flow.
It is called the Choja effluent pipe and is used only when the drainage of the confluence pipe called the Chubu 10 trunk line overflows during a flood.
However, I assume that the water flow is very pressured when these drains are utilized time.
You can see Yanagibashi ahead.
The scenery seen from the top of Yanagibashi.
If you cross the Yanagibashi and go downstream, you will pass under the railroad.
I will follow the path beside the railroad.
You will soon see Mutsu-Minato Station.
I will introduce the station in detail again, so I will omit it this time.
Head to Tatehana Park from the railroad line. It's about half a kilometer.
I see the street in front of the station on the left and right, but this time I will pass by.
Let's go up the hill.
There was a small shrine called Takekoma Shrine.
There is a parking lot at a temple called Juouin.
I entered for a photo shoot.
It is a good view from the top of the Minato Tunnel.
Go back to the road and after a short walk you will find the Juouin.
The birthplace of Mr. Kanda, the second mayor.
It will be Tatehana Park soon.
There is a tsunami evacuation route on the side.
The tsunami is scary, isn't it?
I arrived at Tatehana Park. There is an exchange facility named Minacchi. I'm doing a tsunami panel exhibition, so I'll take a look. I refrained from taking pictures inside.
It is the scenery from the roof of the Minacchi building. Let's go around counterclockwise.
I left the Minacchi building and returned to the park.
Next, let's go up to the Guretto tower.
It is the scenery from the top of the Guretto tower. Let's go around counterclockwise.
It's a good view. It is also recommended for sightseeing.
I got down to the ground level.
I will walk in the park.
There is a slope that goes down from the park to the riverside, so I will head towards it.
Look up at the Guretto tower.
Go down the slope.
I came to the waterside.
Head upstream of the Niida River.
There is a building like a shrine.
The ruins Jyuubuichi Yakusho. It seems like it was like an old customs office.
The Gretto tower can be seen high up the hill.
There are many fishing boats at the mouth of the Niida River.
You can see the office called Minato Oasis. It also seems to be a waiting room at the departure and arrival point of the houseboat Yakatabune.
Houseboats look interesting, but probably because of the new coronavirus, the utilization rate is low.
There is also a small houseboat. There is also a kotatsu, which seems to be more and more interesting.
I was a little tired from walking, so I took a bus from a nearby bus stop and went home.
This is the end of this introduction.
The following is a very personal evaluation.
Click here for a FLOOD hazard map of this area.
Incidentally, there are several types of hazard maps.
Click here for a TSUNAMI hazard map of this area.
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