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100 Famous Japanese Mountains - Multiple Ascents Grid

RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M TotalRound 1
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1.Fuji-san37763776  
2.Kita-dake31922237  
3.Hotaka-dake31902305  
4.Aino-dake3189299  
5.Yariga-take3180432  
6.Warusawa-dake3141741  
7.Akaishi-dake3120421  
8.Ontake-san30671707  
9.Shiomi-dake3047505  
10.Senjoga-dake3033733  
11.Norikura-dake30261236  
12.Tate-yama3015865  
13.Hijiri-dake3013463  
14.Tsurugi-dake2999456  
15.Suisho-dake2986431  
16.Kaikomaga-take2967866  
17.Kisokomaga-take29561746  
18.Shirouma-dake2932742  
19.Yakushi-dake2926608  
20.Washibadake2924109  
21.Yatsuga-take28991914  
22.Kasaga-dake2897410  
23.Kashimayariga-take2889553  
24.Utsugi-dake2864343  
25.Jonen-dake2857373  
26.Hoo-zan2840522  
26.Kurobegorodake2840472  
28.Goryu-dake2814384  
29.Haku-san27021892  
30.Kinpu-san2599220  
31.Tekari-dake2591369  
32.Shirane-san25781608  
33.Asama-yama25681251  
34.Tateshina-yama2530432  
35.Nantai-san2486732  
36.Kobushiga-take247542  
37.Hiuchi-yama24621632  
38.Yake-dake2455347  
39.Myoko-san2454416  
40.Hiuchiga-take2356578  
41.Azumaya-san2354552  
42.Takazuma2353764  
43.Asahi-dake22912291  
44.Chokai-zan22361886  
45.Mizugaki2230   
46.Shibutsu-san2228610  
47.Ena-san2191974  
48.Shirane-san2160107  
49.Hotaka-yama2158581  
50.Naeba-san2145404  
51.Sukai-san2144527  
52.Hiraga-dake2141499  
52.Tomuraushi2141423  
54.Komaga-dake2133608  
55.Iide-san2105   
56.Tokachi-dake2077673  
57.Daibosatsu-rei2057549  
58.Horoshiri-dake20531394  
59.Iwate-san20381743  
60.Nishi-Azuma-yama20351046  
61.Utsukushigahara2034593  
62.Kumotori-yama2017256  
63.Uonumakomaga2003   
64.Gassan1984   
65.Ishizuchi-san19821982  
66.Tanigawa-dake1977111  
67.Makihata-yama1967   
68.Amakazari1963401  
69.Tsurugi-san19551535  
70.Miyanoura-dake19361936  
71.Kirigamine1925386  
72.Hayachine-san19171465  
73.Hakken-zan19161731  
74.Nasu-dake1915185  
75.Yotei-zan18981878  
76.Asahi-dake1870915  
77.Zao-san18401278  
78.Akagi-san1828780  
79.Bandai-san1816910  
80.Kuju-san178787  
81.Sobo-san1756963  
82.Ryokami-san1723342  
83.Rishiri-zan - Kita mine171919  
84.Dai-sen - Misen Peak170939  
85.Kirishima-yama17001363  
85.Adatara-yama170054  
87.Odaigahara-zan1695695  
88.Rausu-dake16601309  
89.Iwaki-san16251322  
90.Hachimantai1613331  
91.Aso-san1592   
92.Hakkoda-san15851105  
93.Tanzawa-san1567107  
94.Shari-dake15471069  
95.Arashima-dake1524722  
96.Meakan-dake14991147  
97.Amagi-san14061004  
98.Ibuki-yama1377657  
99.Kaimon-dake924867  
100.Tsukuba-san877797  

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About the Multiple Ascent Grid:

  • This table grid shows all peaks on a given list, and all ascents done by Daryn Dodge, up to 10 ascents per peak.
  • While many peakbaggers do not like to repeat ascents, some will try to do multiple "laps" or "rounds" of a favorite list, often one close to home.
  • The header for each ascent column shows, in parentheses, the total number of peaks climbed in each "round", and clicking the header link will sort your ascents for that round.
  • Due to space limitations, this listing has just the basic peak info, so up to ten date columns can be shown. Please use the main peak list (linked above) for more basic info and functionality.
  • Some climbers will log two ascents of the same peak on the same day--for example, when doing an out-and-back ridge run with other ascents sandwiched between two of the same peak. Some might not consider these to be two separate ascents for the purposes of doing multiple rounds. Clicking on the "Count a peak only once per day" link in the header will collapse multiple ascents of a peak on a single day into just one ascent for this grid list.

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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