10 most spectacular mountains in Japan
Mount Daisen on Honshu island and Mount Yotei on Hokkaido island was named the second Mt. Fuji in Japan, but Fuji remains the country’s highest peak at 3776.24 m.
Mount Daisen was dubbed the “second mount Fuji” of Japan because the landscape is quite similar. This is the highest peak of the western Chugoku region of Honshu Island, which is 1,709 m altitude.
Mountain Nipesotsu is a peak volcanic belong Nipesotsu-Maruyama lava mountain range, located in the north of the Hokkaido island, northern Japan.
Mt. Fuji, with a height of 3776.24 meters, is located on the border of the Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures. This is the tallest mountain peak in the cherry blossom country. Fuji is also a well-known Japanese emblem.
The North Alps, also known as the Hida Mountains in Nagano Prefecture, constitute the Alps mountains of Japan, together with the Central Alps (Kiso Mountains) and the Southern Alps (Akaishi Mountains).
Mount Kuju, located in Aso-Kuju National Park, is the highest peak on the island of Kyushu, Southwestern Japan.
Throughout the year visitors can observe snow-covered large as white spots on the Asahi mountains, the highest peak mountain in Hokkaido.
Aso is the largest volcano mountain still active in Japan. It’s frequently erupting but the scenery surrounding the area remains beautiful.
Kuju mountain range
Kuju mountains are covered by carpet brilliant of azalea pink flowers. This is a popular destination with tourists like hiking, or hiking, stunning views of the island of Kyushu.
Mount Yotei is widely known as the “Mount Fuji of Hokkaido”. It attracted many people who love hiking and skiing terrain is risky because of the pristine snow of the mountain.
Niigata is a mountain that has several levels, the mountain overlooking the sea, the waters between the islands of Japan, Sakhalin Island of Russia, and the Asia mainland.