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Komaki mine, Komaki, Okuizumo-cho, Shimane Prefecture, Chugoku region, Honshu Island, Japan

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 35° 5' 11'' North , 132° 59' 50'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 35.0863888889, 132.997222222
Name(s) in local language(s): 小馬木鉱山, 島根県 仁多郡 奥出雲町 小馬木 折渡
Started in 1911, closed in 1984
This mine was started as tungsten mine.
In 1943, molybdenite vein was found under tungstenite vein.

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10 entries listed. 8 valid minerals.

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Takagi, T., Naito, K., Collins, L. G., & Iizumi, S. (2007). Plagioclase–quartz Rocks of Metasomatic Origin at the Expense of Granitic Rocks of the Komaki District, Southwestern Japan. The Canadian Mineralogist, 45(3), 559-580.

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