Okuchichibu Mountains
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Okuchichibu Mountains

Okuchichibu Mountains (, Okuchichibu Sankai) or the Okuchichibu Mountainous Region (, Okuchichibu Sanchi) is a mountainous district in the Kant? region and K?shin'etsu region, Japan. It covers the western part of Tokyo, the western part of Saitama Prefecture, the southwestern part of Gunma Prefecture, the southeastern part of Nagano Prefecture, and the northern part of Yamanashi Prefecture. Oku (?, oku) means the interior, Okuchichibu means the interior of chichibu (, chichibu). The meaning of the word Okuchichibu is based on the point of view from the Kant? region. This mountain area consists of folded mountains and ranges from 1000 to 2600 meters in height. Mount Kita Okusenj? (, Kita Okusenj?-dake) is the highest at 2601m. Most of the range lies in the Chichibu Tama Kai National Park (?, Chichibu Tama Kai Kokuritsu K?en).

Okuchichibu Mountains.
Higashizawa Valley.
Mt.Fuji from Okuchichibu.
Cloud cover.
Forest.
In the mountain.

Some of the mountains in the Okuchichibu Mountains include:

  • Mt. Kumotori (, Kumotori-yama) (2017 m)
  • Mt. Hiry? (, Hiry?-san) (2077 m)
  • Mt. Karamatsuo (?, Karamatsuo-san) (2109 m)
  • Mt. Kasatori (, Kasatori-san) (1953 m)
  • Mt. Suisho (, Suisho-san) (2158 m)
  • Karisaka Pass (, Karisaka T?ge) (2082 m)
  • Mt. Tokusa (, Tokusa-yama) (2468 m)
  • Mt. Kobushi (, K?bushi-dake) (2475 m)
  • Mt. Sanp? (, Sanp?-zan) (2483 m)
  • Mt. Kokushi (, Kokushi-dake) (2591 m)
  • Mt. Kita Okusenj? (, Kita Okusenj?-dake) (2601 m)
  • Mt. Asahi (, Asahi-dake) (2579 m)
  • Mt. Kimpu (, Kinpu-san) (2599 m)
  • Mt. Mizugaki (, Mizugaki-yama) (2230 m)
  • Mt. Ogawa (, Ogawa-yama) (2418 m)
  • Mt. Yok? (, Yok?-san) (1818 m)
  • Mt. Meshimori (, Meshimori-san) (1643 m)
  • Mt. Azumaya (?, Azumaya-san) (772 m)
  • Mt. Ry?kami (, Ry?kami-san) (1723 m)
  • Mt. Nanten (, Nanten-san) (1483 m)
  • Mt. Chichibu-ontake (, Chichibu Ontake-san) (1081 m)
  • Nakatsu Valley (, Nakatsu-ky?)
  • Mt. Mitsumine (, Mitsumine-san)
    • (Mt. My?h? 1332 m, Mt. Shiraiwa 1921 m, Mt. Kumotori 2017 m)
  • Mt. Hakutai (, Hakutai-san) (1794 m)
  • Mt. My?h? (?, My?h?-san) (1332 m)
  • Mt. Kirimo (?, Kirimogamine) (1523 m)
  • Mt. Shiraiwa (, Shiraiwa-san) (1921 m)
  • Mt. Kumakura (, Kumakura-san) (1427 m)
  • Mt. Wanakura (?, Wanakura-san) (2036 m)
  • Mikuni Pass (, Mikuni T?ge) (1740 m)
  • J?monji Pass (?, J?monji T?ge) (2000 m)
  • Mt. Gor? (, Gor?-san) (2132 m)
  • Nishizawa Gorge (?, Nishizawa Keikoku)
  • Higashizawa Gorge (?, Higashizawa Keikoku)
  • Mt. Kurogane (, Kurogane-san) (2232 m)
  • Mt. Kentoku (, Kentoku-san) (2031 m)
  • Mt. Kurakake (, Kurakake-san) (1777 m)
  • Mikubo Plateau (?, Mikubo K?gen) (1650 m)

See also

Coordinates: 35°52?07?N 138°40?15?E / 35.86861°N 138.67083°E / 35.86861; 138.67083


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