|Elevation||525.5 m (1,724 ft)|
|Prominence||525 metres (1,722 ft)|
|Parent range||Omoto Range|
At 525.5 metres (1,724 ft) above sea level, Mount Omoto is the tallest mountain in Okinawa Prefecture. It is located on the island of Ishigaki, near the center of the Omoto Mountain Range, which runs east to west along the northern coast of the island.
Geologically, it is formed by granite from the Neogene Period. The Miyara River flowing from the northeast side and the Nagura River flowing from the south side of the mountain are vital sources of drinking and agricultural water on the island.
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