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The Island of Honshu Major cities: Tokyo, Hiroshima, Osaka-Kyoto, Nagoya, Sendai, Yokohama, Niigata Key mountains: Mount Fuji (Japan's highest point at 12,388 feet [3,776 m]), Mount Kita, Mount Hotaka, Hilda Mountains, Ou Mountains, Chugoku Range Other key geographic features: Lake Biwa (Japan's largest lake), Mutsu Bay, Inawashiro Lake, Tokyo BayWhat is the name of the most famous mountain in Japan?
Perhaps the most famous of Japan's many mountains is Mt. Fuji, a dormant volcano and the tallest mountain in the country. Other famous Japanese mountains are Mt. Haku and Mt. Tate.How many mountains are there in Japan?
The Japanese Alpine Club, just counting the mountains whose names are noted on 1/25,000 scale topographical maps, says 16,667. There are 31 other mountains on the previous edition of the book 日本山名総覧 (Complete List of Japanese Mountains), as well as 1,334 additional mountains, totaling 18,032 mountains.