In Japan, lumber cut from the mountains has long been transported by flowing rivers. Flows were conducted in the early spring in areas with snow cover, and in the fall and winter in other areas with abundant flows. This was because too much water was dangerous.
Also, materials were not brought on land, but were kept floating on the water.
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Lumber cut from the mountains has been transported by flowing rivers.