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Mighty Mountains of Japan

The contours of Japan are blessed with rivers, lakes and mountains.
Seema Nehete Aug 6, 2019

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Mount Fuji

The holy mountain, is one of the highest mountains in Japan. Good to visit in any season.

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Lake Kawaguchi, Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum, Arakurayama Sengen Park, Fugaku Wind Cave, Swan Lake are some of the must-see places near Mount Fuji.

Mount Kita

Among the largest mountain in Japan after Mount Fuji, is known as "the Leader of the Southern Alps".
Its uniqueness lies in the variety of routes it offers to the visitors. Kitadake Sou flower is a unique species found here.

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Mount Hotakadake

The Hotaka Mountain Range is called "the Leader of the Northern Alps".

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The Mount Hotakade peaks include Oku Hotaka, Karasawa, Kitahotaka, Mae Hotaka and Nishihotaka out of which Oku Hotaka is the highest.

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Mount Aino

Mount Aino is one of the peaks of the Akaishi Mountains in the Southern Alps, in Minami Alps National Park.

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Alpine plants grow in abundance here, while the neighborhood is full of rocks where only a few plants are able to survive. It’s the fourth tallest peak in Japan.

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Mount Yari

Located in the Chubu-Sangaku National Park, Mount Yari is one of the famous mountains among hikers.

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It has earned the name "Matterhorn of Japan" as it resembles the shape of a spear thrust that forms in the sky.

Mount Mitake

If you are looking for a break from city, Mount Mitake is for you, and it can be reached in less than two hours from Central Tokyo.