Shōtaisan Prefectural Natural Park

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Shōtaisan Prefectural Natural Park
小岱山県立自然公園
Location Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan
Area 45.96 km²
Established 1 April 1955

Shōtaisan Prefectural Natural Park (小岱山県立自然公園, Shōtaisan kenritsu shizen kōen) is a Prefectural Natural Park in northwest Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. Established in 1955, the park spans the municipalities of Arao, Nankan, and Tamana. The park derives its name from Mount Shōtai and encompasses Akada pond.[1][2][3]

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