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100 Famous Japanese Mountains located in Kanto Area (2)

Mount Kusatsu-Shirane (草津白根山) / in the midwinter
photo
(Mt. Shirane (白根山 2160m), Shirane Resthouse (草津白根レストハウス which is closed in winter)
and Yumi-ike (弓池 one of crater lakes of Mt. Kusatsu-Shirane))

Again I will introduce 100 famous mountains located in Kanto District, Japan.
Mount Kusatsu-Shirane (草津白根山, Kusatsu Shirane-san) is a 2160 meter active volcano in Kusatsu, Gunma, Japan. It is called Kusatsu Shirane to differentiate it from the Mount Nikko-Shirane on the other side of Gunma Prefecture. The summit of Kusatsu-Shirane volcano, located immediately north of Asama volcano, consists of a series of overlapping pyroclastic cones and three crater lakes.
The largest of these is Yu-gama, an acidic turquoise-colored lake with rafts of yellow sulfur floating on its surface.
Mount Naeba (苗場山)

Mount Naeba (苗場山, Naeba-san) is a volcano on the border of Nagano and Niigata prefectures in central Honshu, Japan. It is about 200 km (124 mi) from Tokyo.
It is also the name of a large ski resort on Mount Takenoko (筍山) in Echigo Yuzawa (越後湯沢) on the Niigata side of the border, run by Kokudo, and the Naeba Prince Hotel, a 'breakwater' of at least six hotels all joined together, separating the resort from the parking lot.

(Mount Naeba (苗場山))

Mount Nantai (男体山)

Mount Nantai (男体山, Nantai-san) is a mountain in the Nikko National Park in central Honshu, the main island of Japan. It stands at 2,486 m high.
The mountain is popular with hikers, and the trail to the summit starts through a gate at the Futarasan Chugushi Shrine. The gate is open between 5th May and 25th October.
Image:NikkoNantaisan.jpg
(Mount Nantai (男体山))

Mount Nikko-Shirane (日光白根山)

Mount Nikko-Shirane (日光白根山, Nikko-Shirane-san) is a mountain in the Nikko National Park in central Honshu, the main island of Japan. It stands at 2,578m high, and is one of the 100 famous mountains in Japan.
It should not be confused with Mount Kusatsu-Shirane elsewhere in Gunma Prefecture.
http://www.geocities.jp/sjwatabe/mountain/Nantai-san/Nantai-san13.jpg
(Mount Nikko-Shirane (日光白根山))

Mount Sukai (皇海山)
http://blog.goo-net.com/shhakotantozan/img/15/mt_sukai.jpg
(Mount Sukai (皇海山))

By TS on Sep 10, 2011
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