Sado mine

The Sado mine is the remains of a once flourishing large gold and silver mine on the island of in , Japan. The mine was worked from 1601 until 1974, and closed in 1989.While the Shōgun Tokugawa Ieyasu led the development of Japan during…
38.0405° or 38° 2' 25.9" north
138.2561° or 138° 15' 22" east
138 metres (453 feet)
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Also Known As

  • Chinese: 佐渡金山
  • English: Aikawa mine
  • French: mine de Sado
  • Hebrew: מכרה סאדו
  • Japanese: 佐渡金山
  • Japanese: 佐渡金銀山
  • Japanese: 佐渡鉱山
  • Japanese: 相川金山
  • Japanese: 相川金銀山
  • Japanese: 相川鉱山
  • Korean: 사도 금광
  • Lithuanian: Sado aukso ir sidabro kasyklos
  • Persian: معدن مینه
  • Sado-kōzan
  • Sado
  • Sado Mine

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