|Elevation||1,916.9 m (6,289 ft)|
|Parent range||Ōu Mountains|
|Mountain type||Complex volcano|
|Last eruption||November 1963|
Mount Nasu (那須岳 Nasu-dake?) is a group of complex volcanoes in Japan. The tallest peak is Sanbonyari Peak at a height of 1,916.9 m (6,289 ft). Mount Nasu is one of the 100 Famous Japanese Mountains, and is located in the northeast part of Nikko National Park.
Mount Nasu has the following major peaks:
- Sanbonyari Peak 1916.9m
- Chausu Peak 1915m
- Asahi Peak 1896m
- Nangetsu-san Peak 1776m
- Kuro-odani Peak 1589m
Thease peaks are known collectively as Nasu Five Peaks (那須5岳 Nasu-Go-Take?).
It is estimated that Mount Nasu started erupting 600 thousand years ago. The eruption started from the north end of the mountain range, at Kashi-Asahi Peak. Currently, only Chausu Peak is active.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mount Nasu.|
- Nasudake - Japan Meteorological Agency (Japanese)
- PDF - Japan Meteorological Agency
- Nasudake - Geological Survey of Japan
- Nasudake: Global Volcanism Program - Smithsonian Institution