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Japan Prefecture High Points

RankPrefecturePeak Elev-M Range (Level 3)
32.Aichi-kenChausu-yama1415Honshu
24.Akita-kenChokai-zan - East Slope1757Honshu
30.Aomori-kenIwaki-san1625Honshu
47.Chiba-kenAtago-yama408Honshu
17.Ehime-kenIshizuchi-san1982Shikoku
14.Fukui-kenSannomine2095Honshu
40.Fukuoka-kenShakaga-take - West Peak1230Kyushu
11.Fukushima-kenHiuchiga-take2356Honshu
3.Gifu-kenHotaka-dake3190Honshu
8.Gunma-kenShirane-san2578Honshu
36.Hiroshima-kenOsorakan-zan1346Honshu
12.HokkaidōAsahi-dake2291Hokkaido
31.Hyōgo-kenHyono-sen1510Honshu
44.Ibaraki-kenYamizo-san1022Honshu
7.Ishikawa-kenHaku-san2702Honshu
15.Iwate-kenIwate-san2038Honshu
42.Kagawa-kenRyuo-zan1060Shikoku
19.Kagoshima-kenMiyanoura-dake1936Outlying Japanese Islands
29.Kanagawa-kenHiruga-take1673Honshu
21.Kōchi-kenMiune1893Shikoku
26.Kumamoto-kenKunimi-dake1739Kyushu
45.Kyōto-fuMinako-yama972Honshu
28.Mie-kenOdaigahara-zan1695Honshu
22.Miyagi-kenZao-san - East Ridge1825Honshu
25.Miyazaki-kenSobo-san1756Kyushu
3.Nagano-kenHotaka-dake3190Honshu
35.Nagasaki-kenUnzen-dake1359Kyushu
20.Nara-kenHakken-zan1916Honshu
6.Niigata-kenKorenge-san2760Honshu
23.Ōita-kenKuju-san1788Kyushu
38.Okayama-kenUshiro-yama1345Honshu
46.OkinawaOmoto-dake526Outlying Japanese Islands
43.Ōsaka-fuKongo-zan - Southwest Slope1056Honshu
41.SagaTara-dake1076Kyushu
10.Saitama-kenSanpo-yama2483Honshu
33.Shiga-kenIbuki-yama1377Honshu
36.Shimane-kenOsorakan-zan1346Honshu
1.Shizuoka-kenFuji-san3776Honshu
8.Tochigi-kenShirane-san2578Honshu
18.Tokushima-kenTsurugi-san1955Shikoku
16.Tōkyō-toKumotori-yama2017Honshu
27.Tottori-kenDai-sen1729Honshu
5.Toyama-kenTate-yama3015Honshu
34.Wakayama-kenGomadan-zan1372Honshu
13.Yamagata-kenChokai-zan2236Honshu
39.Yamaguchi-kenJakuchi-san1337Honshu
1.Yamanashi-kenFuji-san3776Honshu

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