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100 Famous Japanese Mountains

Showing Yoshitaka Tanimura's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (69 out of 100, or 69%)

RankPeakSection Elev-M PrefectureRange (Level 3) Prom-M Ascent Date
1.KirigamineChubu1925Nagano-kenHonshu Unknown
2.Shibutsu-sanTohuku2228Gunma-kenHonshu 1974-07-24
3.Yariga-takeChubu3180Gifu-ken/Nagano-kenHonshu4321974-07-30
4.Hotaka-dakeChubu3190Gifu-ken/Nagano-kenHonshu23051974-07-31
5.Tanzawa-sanKanto1567Kanagawa-kenHonshu1071974-11-17
6.Kumotori-yamaChubu2017Tōkyō-to/Saitama-ken/Yamanashi-kenHonshu 1974-11-23
7.Daibosatsu-reiChubu2057Yamanashi-kenHonshu 1975-03-27
8.Tate-yamaChubu3015Toyama-kenHonshu8651975-07-22
8.Tsurugi-dakeChubu2999Toyama-kenHonshu 1975-07-22
10.Kashimayariga-takeChubu2889Toyama-kenHonshu 1976-03-21
11.Tanigawa-dakeKanto1977Gunma-kenHonshu 1976-05-16
12.Kinpu-sanChubu2599Yamanashi-kenHonshu 1976-10-11
13.Kobushiga-takeChubu2475Saitama-kenHonshu 1976-10-12
14.Yatsuga-takeChubu2899Nagano-ken/Yamanashi-kenHonshu19141977-01-01
15.Kita-dakeChubu3192Yamanashi-kenHonshu22371977-10-12
16.Kaikomaga-takeChubu2967Nagano-kenHonshu 1979-08-26
17.Azumaya-sanKanto2354Nagano-kenHonshu 1979-09-16
18.Shirouma-dakeChubu2932Nagano-ken/Toyama-kenHonshu 1981-03-16
19.Goryu-dakeChubu2814Nagano-kenHonshu 1981-08-11
20.Hiraga-dakeTohuku2141Niigata-kenHonshu 1982-03-11
21.KurobegorodakeChubu2840Gifu-kenHonshu 1983-03-09
22.Yakushi-dakeChubu2926Toyama-kenHonshu 1983-03-11
23.Norikura-dakeChubu3026Gifu-ken/Nagano-kenHonshu12361984-07-29
24.Aino-dakeChubu3189Shizuoka-ken/Yamanashi-kenHonshu2991984-08-10
25.Makihata-yamaTohuku1967Niigata-kenHonshu 1984-09-15
26.Tateshina-yamaChubu2530Nagano-kenHonshu 1985-02-13
27.UtsukushigaharaChubu2034Nagano-kenHonshu 1985-02-14
28.Adatara-yamaTohuku1700Fukushima-kenHonshu 1986-11-24
29.Hiuchiga-takeTohuku2356Fukushima-kenHonshu 1987-03-14
30.WashibadakeChubu2924Nagano-kenHonshu 1987-07-24
31.Fuji-sanKanto3776Shizuoka-ken/Yamanashi-kenHonshu37761994-07-21
32.Naeba-sanKanto2145Niigata-kenHonshu 1994-10-01
33.MizugakiChubu2230Yamanashi-kenHonshu 1995-05-07
34.Tekari-dakeChubu2591Nagano-kenHonshu 1995-08-25
35.Hijiri-dakeChubu3013Nagano-ken/Shizuoka-kenHonshu4631995-08-26
36.Haku-sanChubu2702Ishikawa-ken/Gifu-kenHonshu18921996-08-05
37.Ibuki-yamaWestern Japan1377Shiga-kenHonshu 1996-10-13
38.Odaigahara-zanWestern Japan1695Mie-ken/Nara-kenHonshu 1996-11-03
39.Ryokami-sanChubu1723Saitama-kenHonshu 1997-01-04
40.Ena-sanChubu2191Nagano-kenHonshu 1997-04-29
41.Asahi-dakeHokkaido2291HokkaidōHokkaido22911997-07-05
42.TomuraushiHokkaido2141HokkaidōHokkaido 1997-07-07
43.Senjoga-dakeChubu3033Nagano-ken/Yamanashi-kenHonshu7331997-07-21
44.Yotei-zanHokkaido1898HokkaidōHokkaido18781997-10-24
45.Ontake-sanChubu3067Nagano-kenHonshu17071998-04-28
46.Hakken-zanWestern Japan1916Nara-kenHonshu17311998-05-31
47.Miyanoura-dakeWestern Japan1936Kagoshima-kenOutlying Japanese Islands19361998-09-30
48.Kaimon-dakeWestern Japan924Kagoshima-kenKyushu 1998-10-03
49.Kirishima-yamaWestern Japan1700Miyazaki-kenKyushu 1998-10-04
50.Amagi-sanChubu1406Shizuoka-kenHonshu 1999-01-03
51.Hoo-zanChubu2840Yamanashi-kenHonshu 1999-01-17
52.Kisokomaga-takeChubu2956Nagano-kenHonshu17461999-02-28
53.Ishizuchi-sanWestern Japan1982Ehime-kenShikoku19821999-03-31
54.Tsurugi-sanWestern Japan1955Tokushima-kenShikoku15351999-04-01
55.Warusawa-dakeChubu3141Shizuoka-kenHonshu7411999-05-02
55.Akaishi-dakeChubu3120Nagano-ken/Shizuoka-kenHonshu4211999-05-02
57.Aso-sanWestern Japan1592Kumamoto-kenKyushu 1999-10-30
58.Sobo-sanWestern Japan1756Miyazaki-ken/Ōita-kenKyushu 1999-10-31
59.Arashima-dakeWestern Japan1524Fukui-kenHonshu 2000-07-20
60.Utsugi-dakeChubu2864Nagano-kenHonshu 2000-07-29
61.Kasaga-dakeChubu2897Gifu-kenHonshu 2000-08-15
62.AmakazariChubu1963Nagano-kenHonshu 2000-09-21
63.Hiuchi-yamaChubu2462Niigata-kenHonshu16322001-08-19
63.Myoko-sanChubu2454Niigata-kenHonshu 2001-08-19
65.Shiomi-dakeChubu3047Nagano-ken/Shizuoka-kenHonshu5052001-10-06
66.Yake-dakeChubu2455Nagano-kenHonshu 2002-08-26
67.Jonen-dakeChubu2857Nagano-kenHonshu 2002-09-14
68.Iwaki-sanTohuku1625Aomori-kenHonshu 2004-09-11
69.Hakkoda-sanTohuku1585Aomori-kenHonshu 2004-09-15
 Suisho-dakeChubu2986Toyama-kenHonshu  
 Shirane-sanKanto2578Tochigi-ken/Gunma-kenHonshu1608 
 AsumaKanto2568Gunma-kenHonshu  
 Nantai-sanKanto2486Tochigi-kenHonshu  
 TakazumaChubu2353Niigata-kenHonshu  
 Chokai-zanTohuku2236Yamagata-kenHonshu1886 
 Shirane-sanKanto2160Gunma-kenHonshu  
 Hotaka-yamaKanto2158Gunma-kenHonshu  
 Sukai-sanKanto2144Tochigi-kenHonshu  
 Komaga-dakeTohuku2133Fukushima-kenHonshu  
 Iide-sanTohuku2105Niigata-kenHonshu  
 Tokachi-dakeHokkaido2077HokkaidōHokkaido  
 Horoshiri-dakeHokkaido2053HokkaidōHokkaido  
 Iwate-sanTohuku2038Iwate-kenHonshu1743 
 Nishi-Azuma-yamaTohuku2035Fukushima-kenHonshu  
 UonumakomagaTohuku2003Niigata-kenHonshu  
 GassanTohuku1984Yamagata-kenHonshu  
 Hayachine-sanTohuku1917Iwate-kenHonshu  
 Nasu-dakeTohuku1915Tochigi-kenHonshu  
 Asahi-dakeTohuku1870Yamagata-kenHonshu  
 Zao-sanTohuku1840Yamagata-kenHonshu  
 Akagi-sanKanto1828Gunma-kenHonshu  
 Bandai-sanTohuku1816Fukushima-kenHonshu  
 Kuju-sanWestern Japan1788Ōita-kenKyushu1788 
 Rishiri-zan--Kita mineHokkaido1719HokkaidōHokkaido19 
 Dai-sen--Misen PeakWestern Japan1709Tottori-kenHonshu39 
 Rausu-dakeHokkaido1660HokkaidōHokkaido  
 HachimantaiTohuku1613Iwate-kenHonshu  
 Shari-dakeHokkaido1547HokkaidōHokkaido  
 Meakan-dakeHokkaido1499HokkaidōHokkaido  
 Tsukuba-sanKanto876Ibaraki-kenHonshu  

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List Description

This is a well known and popular list for hikers in Japan.

Note that two famous and prominent Japanese volcanoes have their precise summit peaks located on dangerous and loose volcanic rock, and therefore hiking to the very highest point on these mountains is officially forbidden. These peaks are Rishiri-zan, off Hokkaido, and Dai-sen, in Chogoku. On this list, nearby sub-peaks accessible by tourist trails are substituted for these two main peaks, allowing this list to be completed without violating closed areas.

Links

     Hyakumeizan, Hiking Japan!
     Wikipedia Article - 100 Famous Mountains

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Hiking in Japan (Ryall, McLachlan, Joll)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.

 


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