|Elevation||1,005 m (3,297 ft)|
|Parent range||Chūgoku Mountains|
Mount Hōbutsu (宝仏山 Hōbutsu-san?) is a Japanese mountain located on the border of Hino and Kōfu, Tottori. The area around the mountain was incorporated into as a part of Daisen-Oki National Park, in March 2002.
It has an elevation of 1,005 metres.
Mount Hōbutsu is a typical monadic in Chūgoku Mountains.
This mountain had been an object of worship for the people in this region.
This mountain is a rare mountain which has easy access from a major railway station in San'in region.