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Mountains Famous for Volcanoes in Yamagata Prefecture

Many mountains in Yamagata Prefecture either are active volcanoes, or were at some time in the past. See the list here.

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Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
Waterfall Mountain: RYU-ZAN (Mt. Ryu)

1362m (4468 ft.)

This mountain is EVERYWHERE in Japan: Ha-yama

1462m (4796 ft.)

Zao-san and Why We Climb Mountains (Mt. Zao)

1841m (6040 ft.) (Kumano-dake)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
Phoenix Head Mountain: TORIKABUTO-YAMA (Mt. Torikabuto)

1387m (4550 ft.)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
Saw Mountain: GANDO-SAN (Mt. Gando)

1484m (4868 ft.)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
NISHIAZUMA-YAMA

2035m (6676 ft.)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
House-shape mountain: IEGATA-YAMA

1877m (6158 ft.)

Hiking Guide to the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture
KASHIWAGI-YAMA (Mt. Kashiwagi)

58m (190. ft.)

Mountains of Yamagata by category

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Mountains by Region in Yamagata Prefecture
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Mt. Chokai above the sea of Japan
All 100 Famous Mountains of Yamagata
Mountains Famous for Volcanoes in Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains Famous for Waterfalls in Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains Famous for Shugendo Yamabushi in Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains famous for wetlands in Yamagata Prefecture
A Ryokan (traditional Japanese Inn) at Semi Onsen Hot Spring Resort
Mountains Famous for Onsen Hot Springs in Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains famous for flora and fauna in Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains with Abandoned Buildings and Old Ruins in Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains Along Ancient Routes of Yamagata Prefecture
Mountains Famous for Castles in Yamagata Prefecture

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