Mount Tsubakuro

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Mount Tsubakuro
燕岳
Mount Tsubakuro.JPG
Mount Tsubakuro (June 2015)
Highest point
Elevation 2,762.85 m (9,064.5 ft) [1]
Listing List of mountains in Japan
Coordinates 36°24′25″N 137°42′46″E / 36.40694°N 137.71278°E / 36.40694; 137.71278Coordinates: 36°24′25″N 137°42′46″E / 36.40694°N 137.71278°E / 36.40694; 137.71278[2]
Naming
Pronunciation [tsu͍bakuɽodake]
Geography
Mount Tsubakuro is located in Japan
Mount Tsubakuro
Ōmachi, Nagano Prefecture
Azumino, Nagano Prefecture,
Japan
Parent range Hida Mountains
Topo map Geospatial Information Authority 25000:1 槍ヶ岳[2]
50000:1 槍ヶ岳
Climbing
Easiest route Hike

Mount Tsubakuro (燕岳 Tsubakuro-dake?) is a 2,763 metres (9,065 ft) high mountain in Azumino, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. It is situated in Japan's Hida Mountains in Nagano Prefecture. It was specified for Chūbu-Sangaku National Park on December 4, 1934.[3]

Mountain hut[edit]

The mountain climbing trail between Mount Tsubakuro and Mount Yari is called Main Street (表銀座 Omote-Ginza?) owing to its extensive use over time. It has two mountain huts along the way. Tsubakuro mountain cottage (燕山荘 Enzansō?) is located at near the summit and is one of the oldest mountain huts in Japan, completed in 1921[4]

Hut Enzanso 2003-4-27.jpg Kassengoya Spring 1999-5-8.jpg Tsubakurodake from Otenshodake 2002-8-22.jpg
Enzanso
(Tsubakuro mt. cottage)
Kassen-goya
(Kassen hut)
Trail
as seen from Mt. Ohensho

Geography[edit]

Nearby mountains[edit]

The following are the main mountains in the surrounding.

Image Mountain Elevation Distance
from the Top
Note
Gakidake from kassenone 2002 9 24.jpg Mt. Gaki
餓鬼岳
2,647.19 m (8,685 ft) 5.0 km (3.1 mi) 200 Famous Japanese Mountains
Mount Tsubakuro from Hut Enazanso 2002-08-22.jpg Mt. Tsubakuro
燕岳
2,839.58 m (9,316 ft) 0 km (0.0 mi) 200 Famous Japanese Mountains
Otenshodake from Enzanso 1999-5-9.jpg Mt. Otensho
大天井岳
2,921.91 m (9,586 ft) 4.7 km (2.9 mi) 200 Famous Japanese Mountains
Mount Jonen from Mount Akaiwa 2003-9-14.jpg Mt. Jōnen
常念岳
2,857 m (9,373 ft) 9.1 km (5.7 mi) 100 Famous Japanese Mountains
05 Yarigatake from Higashikamaone 2000-8-16.jpg Mt. Yari
槍ヶ岳
3,180 m (10,433 ft) 9.3 km (5.8 mi) 100 Famous Japanese Mountains

Rivers[edit]

The mountain is the source of the following rivers, each of which flows to the Sea of Japan.

Gallery[edit]

View from Mount Tsubakuro[edit]

Mount Otensho and Mount Yari, seen from Enzansō

Scenery of Mount Tsubakuro[edit]

Mount Tsubakuro Peak 1999-04-29.jpg Tsubakurodake from Enzanso 1996-4-28.jpg Tubakurodake from Enzanso 76 2000 7 22.jpg Mount Tsubakuro from Hut Enazanso 2002-09-24.jpg
Top in Spring Mt. Tubakuro & Hut in Autumn

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Information inspection service of the Triangulation station" (in Japanese). Geospatial Information Authority of Japan,(高山-槍ヶ岳-槍ヶ岳). Retrieved December 30, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Map inspection service" (in Japanese). Geospatial Information Authority of Japan,(高山-槍ヶ岳-槍ヶ岳). Retrieved December 30, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Chūbu-Sangaku National Park". Ministry of the Environment (Japan). Retrieved December 30, 2010. 
  4. ^ "Home Page" (in Japanese). Enzanso Group. Retrieved 8 April 2016. 

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