Kobui mine, Kameda Peninsula, Hokkaido, Japan
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An open-pit sulphur mine which worked a bed of native sulphur 400 meters x 100 meters and 0.6 to 7.0 meters thick, mainly during the period 1904-1917. Last ore remnants removed in 1951-1952.
Ohinata, J. (1911) Report on the mineral deposits investigated in Kameda peninsula. Koubutsu-Chosa-Hokoku, #2, 3-28.
1 valid mineral.
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