|ishikari or ishokarappet|
|Elevation||2,290 m (7,510 ft)|
|Native name||石狩山地 Ishikari Sanchi|
|Type of rock||volcanic|
The Ishikari Mountains (石狩山地 Ishikari Sanchi?) is a range of volcanic mountains in central Hokkaidō, Japan. The mountain range is made up from the Daisetsuzan Volcanic Group and the Tomuraushi Volcanic Group. The volcanoes are part of the Kurile arc of the Pacific ring of fire.
- Hokkaipedia, Daisetsuzan Mountains, last access 2 July 2008.
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