[Sad news] Was the Futakotamagawa flood not a natural disaster but a man-made disaster? Residents oppose building a dike in the past

[Sad news] Was the Futakotamagawa flood not a natural disaster but a man-made disaster? Residents oppose building a dike in the past 1 : 2019/10/14 (Monday) 12: 26: 04.43 ID: ID: loSE2UVl0 Amuro Yamada ?? (8 years old) @ YamadaFamily888 If you look at the corner of the Futakotamagawa lined with condominiums on an old map, you can see the restaurant area. There was a plan to build a dike along the flooded Tama River (red line along the river), but there were many oppositions from shops selling the scenery. As a result, the embankment was built at the current position away from the river (green line). [Sad news] Was the Futakotamagawa flood not a natural disaster but a man-made disaster? Residents oppose building a dike in the past [Sad news] Was the Futakotamagawa flood not a natural disaster but a man-made disaster? Residents oppose building a dike in the past Shintaro Kodama / KODAMA Shintaro @KodamaAsama The area that is flooding in front of Futakotamagawa Station (mainly Tamagawa 1-chome) was a resort where you can see the Tama River and lined with teahouses. Even though the country's embankment works from successive floods, the embankment is being turned to the back because of the desire to emphasize the landscape. In the 100 years since then, the city has been converted into a home due to urbanization. Shichiro @pakuriman The area where the Futakotamagawa is now inundated, originally a resort area along the river, and the outside of the land (substantially half) In a place that has been converted from a leisure resort to a residential land, It ’s such a place, so it ’s natural to sink in heavy rain. Akihabitsu @ yamashita99 @ vG2AZlCr4F3hx6Y The Tama River also had a “Super Embankment Project”. I've seen the MLIT's signboard and opposition flags around Setagaya. Naoshi Fujiwara @ta_fujihara @tenkijp About 10 years ago in the Tamagawa area, there was a dispute among local residents about whether or not to make a dike in a part without a dike. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism proposed the construction of a super embankment in preparation for the flood once every 100 years, but some residents opposed it thoroughly to protect the landscape. Even after experiencing the 1974 flood of the Tama River, there were people who were important to the landscape. I am sorry now. [Typhoon No.19] Was the Tama River inundation a man-made disaster, not a natural disaster? https://togetter.com/li/1416218 document.write(” + ”); Related article document.write(” + ”);

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