100 Famous Japanese Mountains


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Gathering together the mountains that make up this famous list, the 100 Famous Japanese Mountains, or Hyakumeizan, by famed mountaineer and author, Kyūya Fukada.

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The top of Mount Shibutsu in Gunma is a rocky 5-hour trip but it's totally worth the view!
Exploring Iwate's second highest mountain, Hayachine.
Mount Iwate is 2,038 meters tall and can be accessed from 6 different trails. I have always hiked it from the East side via a trail called "umagaeshi", which means "where horses turn around".
Get up close and personal to experiencing one of the few active, constantly smoking volcanoes in Japan; An adventure you won’t forget in a hurry!
A hike through snow covered peaks on Mount Ontake, a very holy mountain. Part 1
Pick fruits, ride a horse, have a picnic in the mountains, visit a farm, have a coffee at a vintage cafe, you can do all these at the foot of Mount Yatsugatake! 
Mount Akagi dominates the skyline of the City of  Maebashi and its northern neighboring city Takasaki.