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Tags: 海潟造船所跡 木船建造緊急方策要綱 海務院 総噸型戦時標準木造船 海潟造船株式会社 第二十一郵船丸 垂水市協和地区公民館 鹿児島県 垂水市

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auto-translate In the Showa 17 (1942) during the Pacific War, the Japanese government, who lost a large number of transport vessels due to the battle of Guadalcanal, decided to expand transportation capacity by wooden sailing ship under the situation of material shortage, On January 20, 1943, he announced "Crucible decision on emergency policy on shipbuilding" and decided to mass-produce wooden ships. At this time, according to the request of the Sea League, a major merchant shipping company such as NYK, Osaka merchant ship, Mitsui ship established a wooden shipping company, mainly to focus on the construction of 250 total war time standard wooden shipbuilding It was. Jinjiang Bay is a bay formed by the sea water entering the crater and furthermore the water depth of the coast of Wakito district of the sea lag rapidly declined and was also a good place to launch the ship, so the Showa 18 On July 23, 1943, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (capital 3 million yen, 60,000 shares) was established, president Hisanobu Terai president assumed office as incumbent. Unlike the shipyards in Kagoshima, Makurazaki, Kushikino, Uchinosuura, and Izumi prefectures, which were also manufacturing wartime standard wooden ships, the shipbuilding shipyard produced exclusively the largest 250 woofers of the war standard wooden ship. Approximately 2 thousand people including company staff, engineers and Korean workers were employed at the shipyard, but many of the people mobilized from within the prefecture shared the private houses in the district and inns at the hot spring resort It was. About 30 wooden aircraft sailing ships were built during the war since the 21st Yushon Maru was launched at the shipyard of the Kaigata shipyard on December 14, 1951, and after completion, it is transported as a ship to the navy after completion It was incorporated into the fleet and engaged in the refurbishment of resources between Taiwan and the Mainland China. However, many of them are sunk by receiving enemy attacks during the war. After the end of the war, the shipyard was damaged by the Makurazaki Typhoon on September 17, 1945 and the Sakurajima Showa eruption in February 1946, and was dissolved in November the same year. At present, there are no buildings of the shipyard, but at the low tide the remains of the shipyard are revealed, including concrete and stone walls destroyed on the beach. March 2016 Tarumizu City Kyowa district public hall reference material "NYK 70th year history" "Kagoshima eyes report" and others Former Site of Kaigata Shipyard Company In 1942, during the Pacific War, Japan lost a lot of transportation ships at Japanese Government announced "The Outline of Urgent Strategy for Wooden Ship Construction", as a cabinet decision on January 20, 1943. After That, many wooden vessels began to be built in Japan. according to the request of the "Kaimuin", which was maritime affairs authority, major merchant vessel companies, such asNippon Yusen Kaisha (The Japan Mail Steamship Company), O.S.K Lines, Ltd., and Mitsui Steamship Co., Ltd., established wooden vessel shipyard companies. These shipyards mainly devoted themselves to building 250 gross ton wartime standard wooden vessel.
Kinkowan Bay has been formed by seawater's entering the crater of the volcano. In addition, depth
was rapidly depressed to the coast in the Wakinobori area, Kaigata district. Therefore, it was a good place to launch easily.
For these reasons, The "Kaigata Shipyard Corporation", as a subsidiary company of Nippon yusen (capital: 3,000,000 yen, 60,000 stocks) was established on July 23, 1943. Hisanobu Terai, the
president of Nippon Yusen, was appointed the same position of the company.
The Kaigata Shipyard Company entirely built the 250 gross ton type wooden vessel, which was the
maximum scale under the wartime standard. This was different from other shipyard where the wartime standard type wooden vessels have been manufactured, existed at Kagoshima, Makurazaki,
Kushikino, Uchinoura, Izumi, and Yakushima in Kagoshima prefecture.
In Kaigata Shipyard, about 2,000 employees have stayed including the staffs of the company,
engineers and Korean laborers. A large number of them was the people who had been mobilized from various places of the Kagoshima prefecture. They have stayed at the private houses or the inn at the hot spring area at the Kyowa district.
The first vessel named "Twenty-first Yusen-Maru" was launched at Kaigata Shipyard on December 14, 1943. After that, about 30 wooden motorized vessels were built during the wartime at Kaigata Shipyard. The vessels were incorporated into the convoy of transport ships as requisition by Japanese Imperial Navy, and were engaged in the resource repatriation work etc,of Taiwan and Mainland China. However, a lot of them have sank by the enemy's attack etc.
After the end of the war, Kaigata Shipyard suffered serious damage from Makurazaki typhoon on
September 17, 1945 and Sakurajima Showa eruption in February, 1946, and the company was closed in November, 1946. Structures of the shipyard aren't left any more. However, at the ebb tide, relics that related to the Shipyard, such as destroyed concretes and stone walls etc., can be seen on the place.
This signboard was installed by Kyowa District Community Center, Tarumizu City,
March 2016

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auto-translate 在太平洋战争时期的昭和17年(1942年),由于瓜达尔卡纳尔战役而失去大量运输船的日本政府决定在物质短缺的情况下扩大木制帆船的运输能力, 1943年1月20日,他宣布“坩埚关于造船紧急政策的决定”,并决定量产木船。此时,根据海盟的要求,日本邮船,大阪商船,三井船舶等大型商船公司成立了木船运公司,主要集中在建造总共250艘战时标准木造船它是。锦江湾是一个由海水进入火山口形成的海湾,而且Wakito海岸地区的海岸水深迅速下降,也是发射船的好地方,因此昭和18 1943年7月23日,日本邮船制造株式会社(资本300万日元,6万股)成立,总经理Hisanobu Terai先生担任现任。与制造战时标准木制船的鹿儿岛县,崎崎县,仓木野市,梧桐町和泉县的造船厂不同,造船厂专门生产了战争标准木制船中最大的250个低音扬声器。在造船厂雇用了大约2千人,包括公司的工作人员,工程师和韩国工人,但是从县内动员的许多人分享了温泉度假区的私人住宅和旅馆它是。 1951年12月14日,在第21次宇顺丸船在开海造船厂的造船厂投入使用后,在战争期间建造了大约30架木制飞机帆船,建成后,在完成后作为船运到海军它被并入了舰队并从事了台湾与中国大陆之间的资源翻新工作。然而,他们中的许多人在战争期间因接受敌人的袭击而沉没。战争结束后,造船厂于1945年9月17日遭受了崎岖的台风和1946年2月的樱岛昭和喷发,并于同年11月解散。目前,船厂没有建筑物,但在退潮时,船厂的遗体被揭露,包括在海滩上被摧毁的混凝土和石墙。 2016年3月Tar水城市协和地区文化馆参考资料“日本邮船70年历史”“鹿儿岛目光报告”等前海田造船公司旧址1942年太平洋战争期间,日本输送了大量运输船日本政府于1943年1月20日作为内阁决定宣布了“木船建造紧急战略纲要”因此,在日本开始建造多艘木船,根据海事部门“开明”的要求,主要的商船公司如日本邮船轮船公司,OSK Lines株式会社,三井轮船株式会社成立了木船造船公司。这些造船厂主要致力于建造250吨总吨的战时标准木质船。 Kinkowan海湾由海水进入火山的火山口形成。此外,Kaigata地区Wakinobori地区的海岸深度也迅速下降。因此,这是一个很容易推出的好地方。因此,1943年7月23日成立了作为日本润森子公司(日资300万日元,6万股)的子公司“Kaigata Shipyard Corporation”。日本润森总裁Hisanobu Terai被任命为公司。 Kaigata造船厂公司完全建造250吨总吨型木制船,这是战时标准规定的最大规模。这与其他制造战时标准型木制船的造船厂有所不同,鹿儿岛县,鹿儿岛县,仓崎市,乌石仓,泉和屋久岛等地均有生产。在Kaigata造船厂,约有2000名员工留在公司工作人员,工程师和韩国劳工。其中大部分是从鹿儿岛县各地动员的人。他们住在Kyowa区温泉区的私人住宅或客栈。第一艘名为“第二十一艘鱼丸丸”的舰艇于19日发射升空于1943年12月14日在Kaigata造船厂建造。之后,在Kaigata造船厂的战时期间建造了约30艘木质机动船。这些船被日本帝国海军征用到运输船的车队中,并从事了台湾和中国大陆的资源回收工作等。然而,其中许多人因敌人的袭击而沉没等。战后结束时,Kaigata造船厂在1945年9月17日受到了崎岖台风的严重破坏,1946年2月Sakurajima昭和爆发,该公司在11月关闭,1946年。造船厂的结构不再存在。然而,在退潮时,可以在该地点看到与造船厂有关的遗迹,例如被毁坏的混凝土和石墙等。这个招牌由2016年3月在Tarumizu市Kyowa地区社区中心安装

海潟造船所跡
 太平洋戦争中の昭和17(# 1942)年、ガダルカナルの戦いによって多数の輸送船舶を失った日本政府は、資材不足の状況下で木造機帆船による輸送力拡充を図ることとし、昭和18(# 1943)年1月 20 日、「木船建造緊急方策要綱 」(閣議決定)を発表して、木造船の大量建造に乗り出した。
 この時期、海務院 の要請に応じて、日本郵船や大阪商船、三井船舶などの大手商船会社は木造船会社を設立、主として250 総噸型戦時標準木造船 の建造に主力を注ぐこととなった。
 錦江湾は火口に海水が入り込んでできた湾であり、さらに海潟の脇登地区の海岸は水深が急速に落ち込み、船を進水させるにも格好の地であったため、こ
の地に昭和18(# 1943)年7月 23 日、日本郵船系の「海潟造船株式会社 」(資本金 300 万円、6万株)が設立され、社長には本社の寺井久信社長が現職のまま就任した。
 海潟造船所は、同じく戦時標準木造船を製造していた鹿児島・枕崎・串木野・内之浦・出水の県内各造船所とは異なり、戦時標準木造船では最大規模の 250総噸型を専ら製造した。造船所では会社職員、技術者や朝鮮人労働者を含め約2千名が働いていたが、県内各地から動員された者の多くは地区内の民家や温泉場の旅館などに分宿していた。
 昭和18年 12月14日、海潟造船所においてはじめて「第二十一郵船丸 」が進水して以来、戦時中に建造された木造機帆船は約 30 隻、完成後は海軍に徴用船として輸送船団に編入され、台湾一中国大陸間の資源還送業務などに従事した。しかし、その多くが戦時中の敵襲を受けるなどして沈没している。
 終戦後、海潟造船所は昭和20(# 1945)年9月17日の枕崎台風及び翌21(# 1946)年2月の桜島昭和噴火などの被害を被り、同年 11月に解散した。現在、造船所の構築物は残っていないが、干潮の時には浜辺に破壊されたコンクリートや石垣など、造船所の遺構が姿を現している。
平成 28(# 2016)年3月
垂水市協和地区公民館
参考資料
「日本郵船七十年史」
「鹿児島目報」ほか

Former Site of Kaigata Shipyard Company
In 1942, during the Pacific War, Japan lost a lot of transportation ships at the Battle of Guadalcanal.
Japan planned to expand the transportation capacity by increasing wooden motorized vessels because of the shortage of materials.
Japanese Government announced "The Outline of Urgent Strategy for Wooden Ship Construction", as a cabinet decision on January 20, 1943. After that, many wooden vessels began to be built in Japan.
According to the request of the "Kaimuin", which was maritime affairs authority, major merchant vessel companies, such as Nippon Yusen Kaisha (The Japan Mail Steamship Company), O.S.K Lines, Ltd., and Mitsui Steamship Co., Ltd., established wooden vessel shipyard companies. These shipyards mainly devoted themselves to building 250 gross ton wartime standard wooden vessel.
Kinkowan Bay has been formed by seawater's entering the crater of the volcano. In addition, depth
was rapidly depressed to the coast in the Wakinobori area, Kaigata district. Therefore, it was a good place to launch easily.
For these reasons, The "Kaigata Shipyard Corporation", as a subsidiary company of Nippon yusen (capital: 3,000,000 yen, 60,000 stocks) was established on July 23, 1943. Hisanobu Terai, the
president of Nippon Yusen, was appointed the same position of the company.
The Kaigata Shipyard Company entirely built the 250 gross ton type wooden vessel, which was the
maximum scale under the wartime standard. This was different from other shipyard where the wartime standard type wooden vessels have been manufactured, existed at Kagoshima, Makurazaki,
Kushikino, Uchinoura, Izumi, and Yakushima in Kagoshima prefecture.
In Kaigata Shipyard, about 2,000 employees have stayed including the staffs of the company,
engineers and Korean laborers. A large number of them was the people who had been mobilized from various places of the Kagoshima prefecture. They have stayed at the private houses or the inn at the hot spring area at the Kyowa district.
The first vessel named "Twenty-first Yusen-Maru" was launched at Kaigata Shipyard on December 14, 1943. After that, about 30 wooden motorized vessels were built during the wartime at Kaigata Shipyard. The vessels were incorporated into the convoy of transport ships as requisition by Japanese Imperial Navy, and were engaged in the resource repatriation work etc,of Taiwan and Mainland China. However, a lot of them have sank by the enemy's attack etc.
After the end of the war, Kaigata Shipyard suffered serious damage from Makurazaki typhoon on
September 17, 1945 and Sakurajima Showa eruption in February, 1946, and the company was closed in November, 1946. Structures of the shipyard aren't left any more. However, at the ebb tide, relics that related to the Shipyard, such as destroyed concretes and stone walls etc., can be seen on the place.
This signboard was installed by Kyowa District Community Center, Tarumizu City,
March 2016

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