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It is designated as a national modernization heritage along with Momosuke Bridge and Waterway Bridge, and is representative of the waterway type power station facilities of the Taisho era.
It was constructed by Daido Electric Power Co., Inc. from November 10th to December 2012 as a hydroelectric power plant with a maximum output of 40,700kW at that time.
At that time, Momosuke Fukuzawa, the president of Great Consolidated Electric Power Company, insisted on “one river, one company principle” and built power plants one after another in the Kiso River, but the completion of the reading power plant was the monumental tower of the waterway power station at that time. It should have been called.