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The Japanese Alps consist of three mountain ranges that extends in north south direction in the Chūbu region of central part Honshu.

Hida Mountains (Northern Alps)
Kiso Mountains (Central Alps)
Akaishi Mountains (Southern Alps).

The Japanese Alps includes the highest mountains after the Mt. Fuji:
Mount Kita at (3'193 m), Mount Hotaka (3'190 m) and Yari-ga-take (3'180 m)

Japan 1937, DC-2 over unknown summits of the Japanese Alps.



Mayjor peaks of the Japanese Alps:

Hida Mountains
(Norhern Alps)

Hotaka-dake 3'190 m
Yari-ga-take 3’180 m
Norikura-dake 3'025 m
Tate-yama 3'015 m
Tsurugi-dake 2’999 m
Shirouma-dake, 2'932 m
Yakushi-dake 2'926 m
Noguchigoro 2’924 m
Kasagatake 2'898 m
Kashimayari 2'889 m
Jonen-dake 2'857 m
Tsubakuro 2'763 m
Yake-dake 2'455 m

Kiso Mountains
(Central Alps)

Kisokomagatake 2'956 m
Mount Hoken 2’931
Utsugi-dake 2'864 m
Sannosawa-dake 2'847 m
Minamikomagatake 2'842 m
Mount Kumasawa 2'778 m
Mount Shōgikashira 2'730 m
Mount Hinokio 2'728 m
Mount Kosumo 2'613 m
Mount Ampeji 2'363 m
Mount Okunenjo 2'303 m
Mount Kyo 2'296 m
Mount Nenjo 2'291 m
Ena-san 2'191 m
Mount Surikogi 2'169 m
Mount Ōkawairi 1'908 m

Akaishi Mountains
(Southern Alps)

Kita-dake 3'193 m
Aino-dake 3'189 m
Warusawa-dake 3'141 m
Akaishi-dake 3'120 m
Shiomi-dake 3'047 m
Kaikomagatake 3'033 m
Senjogatake 3'033 m
Notori-dake 3'026 m
Hijiri-dake 3'013 m
Malishiten 2’820m
Kamikouchi-dake 2'803 m
Nokogiri-dake 2'685 m
Chausu-dake 2'604 m
Tekari-dake 2'591 m

 

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