Mount Gozaisho

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Mount Gozaisho
御在所岳 • 御在所山
Mount Gozaisho from Mount Amagoi 2009-10-11.jpg
A view from Mount Amagoi
Highest point
Elevation1,212 m (3,976 ft)
Coordinates35°01′14″N 136°25′04″E / 35.02056°N 136.41778°E / 35.02056; 136.41778
Geography
LocationHonshū, Japan
Parent rangeSuzuka Mountains
Geology
Mountain typefault

Mount Gozaisho (御在所岳, Gozaisho-dake) is a Japanese mountain located on the border of Komono, Mie Prefecture and Higashi-Ōmi, Shiga Prefecture.

This mountain is the center of Suzuka Quasi-National Park.

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Mount Gozaisho is one of the highest mountains in the Suzuka Mountain Range between Mie and Shiga. The Gozaisho Ropeway connects the top of the mountain to the Yunoyama Hot Springs. Gozaisho is a gate to the other mountains in the Suzuka range.

Nature[edit]

Mount Gozaisho is famous for the sharp outlook of the mountains and rich nature.

Resort[edit]

On the top of the mountain, there's a small skiing resort which is the closest such resort to the Nagoya metropolitan area.

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