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For the asteroid, see 11129 Hayachine.
Mount Hayachine from the south in November 2009
|Elevation||1,913.6 m (6,278 ft)|
|Tōhoku region, Honshū, Japan|
Mt. Hayachine is unusual in that it lies farther east than other large mountains on Honshu and the land in this area is the oldest in Japan. As such there are flower species that are unique to this mountain.
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