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Mountains Famous for Castles in Yamagata Prefecture

Yamagata is home to a few former mountain castles, mountains that were made into, you guessed it, castles. There are also a number of mountains with castles nearby, or castles that were prominent in their history.

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Mt. Yamuki (Yamuki-yama) in Shinjo City
The Medieval Castle and Mighty River of Yamuki-yama (Mt. Yamuki)

206m (675. ft.)

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Dancing Swan Mountain: MAIZURU-YAMA (Mt. Maizuru)

242m (793. ft.)

Togami-yama and The Castle of Mist

402m (1318 ft.)

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NADERA-YAMA

660m (2165 ft.)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
Shield Mountain: TATE-YAMA

210m (688. ft.)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
Castle Mountain: SHIRO-YAMA The Remains of Hasedo Castle

230m (754. ft.)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
HIGASHIKUROMORI-YAMA

766m (2513 ft.)

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Mt. Chokai above the sea of Japan
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A Ryokan (traditional Japanese Inn) at Semi Onsen Hot Spring Resort
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Mountains Along Ancient Routes of Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains Famous for Castles in Yamagata Prefecture

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