Mount Kanmuri (Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima)
|Mount Kanmuri (Yoshiwa Kanmuri)|
Mount Yoshiwa Kanmuri
|Elevation||1,339 m (4,393 ft)|
|Parent range||Chūgoku Mountains|
Mount Kanmuri (冠山 Kanmuri-yama?), also known as Mount Yoshiwa Kanmuri (吉和冠山 Yoshiwa Kanmuri-yama?), is a mountain located in the Yoshiwa District of Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. "Kanmuri" is a common name for mountains in Japan; Hiroshima Prefecture has six mountains by this name alone, hence the modifier "Yoshiwa".
Mount Yoshiwa Kanmuri has an elevation of 1,339 m (4,393 ft). The mountain is at the far west of the Chūgoku Mountains, and is part of Nishi-Chugoku Sanchi Quasi-National Park. The plateaus of the southern base of Mount Yoshiwa Kanmuri features large stands of renge tsutsuji rhododendron, and the area is designated a natural monument by the Prefecture of Hiroshima.
The Chugoku Expressway, also known as National Route 468, follows the southern base of Mount Yoshiwa Kanmuri.
- Mominoki Prefectural Forest(Japanese)