Mount Tanzawa

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Mount Tanzawa
Mt.Tanzawa from Mt.Hudounomine.JPG
View from Mount Fudō
Highest point
Elevation 1,567.1 m (5,141 ft)
Prominence 117 m (384 ft)
Parent peak Mount Hiru
Listing List of mountains and hills of Japan by height
Coordinates 35°28′27″N 139°9′46″E / 35.47417°N 139.16278°E / 35.47417; 139.16278Coordinates: 35°28′27″N 139°9′46″E / 35.47417°N 139.16278°E / 35.47417; 139.16278
Location Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Parent range Tanzawa Mountains
Topo map Geographical Survey Institute 25000:1 大山
50000:1 東京山

Mount Tanzawa (丹沢山, Tanzawa-san, -yama) is a mountain of the Tanzawa Mountains, with an elevation of 1,567.1 metres (5,141 ft). Its summit marks the border between Sagamihara, Kiyokawa in Aikō District, and Yamakita in Ashigarakami District.