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Kusukabe, Saitama, Japan, October 31st 2014 - In the main water tank (height 25.4 m, length 177 m, width 78 m) and its 59 massive pillars.

The Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel (首都圏外郭放水路 shutoken gaikaku hōsuiro), is an underground water infrastructure project in Kasukabe, Saitama, Japan. It is the world's largest underground flood water diversion facility, built to mitigate overflowing of the city's major waterways and rivers during rain and typhoon seasons.

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Kusukabe, Saitama, Japan, October 31st 2014 - In the main water tank (height 25.4 m, length 177 m, width 78 m) and its 59 massive pillars. <br />
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The Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel (首都圏外郭放水路 shutoken gaikaku hōsuiro), is an underground water infrastructure project in Kasukabe, Saitama, Japan. It is the world's largest underground flood water diversion facility, built to mitigate overflowing of the city's major waterways and rivers during rain and typhoon seasons.