Three Holy Mountains

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The Three Holy Mountains of Japan (三霊山, Sanreizan)[1] are three mountains[2] revered by tradition in Japan.[3] They include:

  • Mount Fuji (富士山),
  • Mount Haku (白山) (The White Mountain) known for its UNESCO World Heritage site, Shirakawago 白川郷, and
  • Mount Tate ('standing mountain') known for its onsen 温泉 (Hot springs) and the cobalt blue waters of Mikurigaike みくりが池. It is also known for its steaming Jigokudani 地獄谷 (Hell Valley).[4][5]

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