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Meisui Hundred Eleven Chikusa River

The Chikune River originates from the Chinese mountainous area of ​​Chikun Town, Bandai-gun, and has a basin area of ​​754 square kilometers flowing southward in the southwestern part of Hyogo Prefecture, with a main channel extension of 67.6 km. It is a second-class river that shows If you follow the Chikusa River from the headwaters, the tributaries such as Shibungawa in Kamigumi, Sayogawa in Kamigurucho, Nadai River and Amurogawa in Kamigori will flow into Ako City and flow into Yakogawa and Hasegawa. It bypasses the Ako Plain to the southeast and pours it into the Harima Pass. The water quality of the Chikune River is the highest in the Seto Inland Sea in both the upper and lower basins, and meets the environmental standards. In addition, it is rich in phytoplankton of hardwood and is the best environment to grow good oysters. In the 1984 fiscal year, the entire Chikusa River was selected as the "100 Excellent Water Resources" by the Environment Agency, and it is decided to continue raising awareness of water quality conservation and actively protecting the water environment.

The Chikusa River flowing in Ako city is the entire lower stream, and since there is almost no slope, the river flows slowly and shows a gentle gentle expression. The beautiful Chikagawa River is famous as a "clean stream", and it offers seasonal blessings such as fishing that tells the arrival of spring, and in the summer, fishing and fishing. The Chikusa River flowing through Ako City finally flows into the sea. Therefore, various environments such as brackish water area where fresh water area mixes with sea water, tidal flat are created, and there are many fish that can only live in each environment that can go back and forth with each other, and plays an important role as living of them. . And the amount of water rich in the largest blessing of the Chikusa River. Also known as the “dead river,” the blessings of water were never lost from the town of Ako in a long history.

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Ikushima

It is a small island with a circumference of only 1.63 km floating in Sakoshi Bay, but since ancient times it was prohibited from entering the temple as a shrine for the Great Shrine, it remains primitive. Most of the tree species are evergreens, and they are characterized by especially fertile plants. It is a valuable forest from the viewpoint of the limit of the temperate forest of the plant distribution in Japan, and it is designated as a national natural monument.

Sakoshi Bay

In the quiet Akosakoshi Bay, there is a natural monument, Izujima Forest (Evergreen), which is one of the prefecture's leading oyster production areas. One hundred and eighty rafting ropes floating about one kilometer offshore will have about three hundred oystered ropes hanging about 1,000 each in the sea. Sakoshi oysters are characterized by their roundness, richness, and their ability to shrink even when heated. It is shipped mainly to Tokyo and Keihanshin.

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Sakoshi Bay

In the quiet Akosakoshi Bay, there is a natural monument, Izujima Forest (Evergreen), which is one of the prefecture's leading oyster production areas. One hundred and eighty rafting ropes floating about one kilometer offshore will have about three hundred oystered ropes hanging about 1,000 each in the sea. Sakoshi oysters are characterized by their roundness, richness, and their ability to shrink even when heated. It is shipped mainly to Tokyo and Keihanshin.