Mount Tsubakuro

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Mount Tsubakuro
燕岳
Mt.Tsubakurodake from Enzansou 01.jpg
Mount Tsubakuro (August 2007)
Elevation 2,762.85 m (9,064.5 ft)[1]
Listing List of mountains in Japan
Pronunciation [tsu͍bakuɽodake]
Location
Mount Tsubakuro is located in Japan
Mount Tsubakuro
Ōmachi, Nagano Prefecture
Azumino, Nagano Prefecture,
Japan
Range Hida Mountains
Coordinates 36°24′25″N 137°42′46″E / 36.40694°N 137.71278°E / 36.40694; 137.71278Coordinates: 36°24′25″N 137°42′46″E / 36.40694°N 137.71278°E / 36.40694; 137.71278[2]
Topo map Geospatial Information Authority 25000:1 槍ヶ岳[2]
50000:1 槍ヶ岳
Climbing
Easiest route Hike

Mount Tsubakuro (燕岳 Tsubakuro-dake?) is a 2,763 metres (9,065 ft) high mountain in Azumino, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. It is situated in Japan's Hida Mountains in Nagano Prefecture. It was specified for Chūbu-Sangaku National Park on December 4, 1934.[3]

Mountain hut[edit]

The mountain climbing trail from this to Mount Yari is called Main Street (表銀座 Omote-Ginza?) that means the route is used for a long time very well. Tsubakuro mountain cottage (燕山荘 Enzansō?) is one of the oldest Mountain hut in Japan built on July 15, 1921.

Hut Enzanso 2003-4-27.jpg Kassengoya Spring 1999-5-8.jpg Tsubakurodake from Otenshodake 2002-8-22.jpg
Enzanso
(Tsubakuro mt. cottage)
Kassen-goya
(Kassen hut)
Trail
seen from Mt. Ohensho

Geography[edit]

Nearby mountains[edit]

The following are the main mountains in the surrounding.

Image Mountain Elevation Distance
from the Top
Note
Gakidake from kassenone 2002 9 24.jpg Mt. Gaki
餓鬼岳
2,647.19 m (8,685 ft) 5.0 km (3.1 mi) 200 Famous Japanese Mountains
Mount Tsubakuro from Hut Enazanso 2002-08-22.jpg Mt. Tsubakuro
燕岳
2,839.58 m (9,316 ft) 0 km (0.0 mi) 200 Famous Japanese Mountains
Otenshodake from Enzanso 1999-5-9.jpg Mt. Otensho
大天井岳
2,921.91 m (9,586 ft) 4.7 km (2.9 mi) 200 Famous Japanese Mountains
Mount Jonen from Mount Akaiwa 2003-9-14.jpg Mt. Jōnen
常念岳
2,857 m (9,373 ft) 9.1 km (5.7 mi) 100 Famous Japanese Mountains
05 Yarigatake from Higashikamaone 2000-8-16.jpg Mt. Yari
槍ヶ岳
3,180 m (10,433 ft) 9.3 km (5.8 mi) 100 Famous Japanese Mountains

Rivers[edit]

The mountain is the source of the following rivers, each of which flows to the Sea of Japan.

Gallery[edit]

View from Mount Tsubakuro[edit]

Mount Otensho and Mount Yari, seen from Enzansō

Scenery of Mount Tsubakuro[edit]

Mount Tsubakuro Peak 1999-04-29.jpg Tsubakurodake from Enzanso 1996-4-28.jpg Tubakurodake from Enzanso 76 2000 7 22.jpg Mount Tsubakuro from Hut Enazanso 2002-09-24.jpg
Top in Spring Mt. Tubakuro & Hut in Autumn

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Information inspection service of the Triangulation station" (in Japanese). Geospatial Information Authority of Japan,(高山-槍ヶ岳-槍ヶ岳). Retrieved December 30, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Map inspection service" (in Japanese). Geospatial Information Authority of Japan,(高山-槍ヶ岳-槍ヶ岳). Retrieved December 30, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Chūbu-Sangaku National Park". Ministry of the Environment (Japan). Retrieved December 30, 2010. 

See also[edit]