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The Suzuka Mountains are extending from north to south along the borders of Mie, Gifu and Shiga Prefectures. Major peaks are Mt. Fujiwara (1'140 m), Mount Ryū (1'099 m), Mt. Shaka (1'092 m), Mt. Gozaisho (1'212 m), Mt. Kamagatake (l'161 m), Mt. Amagoi (1'238 m), Mt. Nyūdō (906 m), Mt. Ryōzen (1'094 m), Mt. Oike (1'247 m) Mt. Watamuki (1'110 m), Mt. Nihonkoba (934.1 m), Hato Peak (860 m) and Haguro-yama.

 

Japan 1973, Haguro-yama.

The Haguro-yama is a summit in the Suzuka Mountains within the Suzuka Quasi-National Park. (there is another mountain called Haguro in the Yamagata Prefecture).

 

Japan 1973, Kamagatake.

The Kamagatake is situated in the central part of the Suzuka Mountains within the Suzuka Quasi-National Park. 

 

Japan 2013, Ishiyakushi-juku.
44th station of "The 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō", Hiroshige Utagawa.
Gozaisyo-dake in the background.
The stamp was issued in the series "International Letter Writing Week".  

Japan 2013, Suzuka Mountains.
The stamp was issued in the series "Japan Mountains Series 3".

 

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