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☕ | You can enjoy the superb view while lying down The terrace and cafe of Jukkoku Pass have been renewed Kannami-cho, Shizuoka


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You can also enjoy the superb view while lying down. The terrace and cafe of Jukkoku Pass have been renewed Kannami-cho, Shizuoka

 
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The renewed terrace was equipped with a deck overlooking Mt. Fuji and the Southern Alps, as well as a deck with a hammock where you can enjoy the magnificent scenery while lying down.
 

The observatory deck and cafe of Jukkoku Pass in Kannami Town were reopened on the 11th, and a commemorative ceremony was held. → Continue reading

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Akaishi Mountains

Akaishi Mountains(Akaishi-san Myaku)Nagano,Yamanashi,ShizuokaStraddleMountains..Known asJapan Southern AlpsAlso calledHida Mountains(Northern Alps),Kiso MountainsWith (Central Alps)Japan AlpsSometimes called.

Mt. NokogiridakeからMt. TekaridakeOn the main ridgeline of this sectionTrailIs maintained and at key pointsMountain hutCampThere is a designated place[1]..In addition, the Yamanashi side to the east isSouthern Alps Koma Prefectural Natural ParkIs specified in.Oigawa,Abe RiverThe basin is along the river or on the ridgeOkuoi Prefectural Nature ParkThere is also a part specified in.In addition, the Todai River downstream from Makuiwa, which is located to the west of Mt. Nokogiridake,Mibine River Prefectural ParkIs specified in.

The Akaishi Mountains are the second highest peak in Japan.Mt. Kitadake, The origin of the mountain range nameMt. AkaishidakeOf the nine mountains at the top3,000m peakThere are 10 mountainsNihon Hyaku Meizan(Japan's hundred famous mountains)Has been selected for[2].. In December 2008, the area from Fujimi Town, Nagano Prefecture to Iida City was covered by the Japan Geopark Council.Minami Alps (Chuo Tectonic Line area) GeoparkCertified by[3].. April 2014,Southern Alps UNESCO Eco ParkBe certified by[4].

Range of Akaishi Mountains

The Akaishi Mountains are in the broadest senseLake SuwaIn the eastKamanashi RiverFuji River, In the westTenryu RiverIt refers to the mountains sandwiched between.The Akaishi Mountains in this sense means a collection of several mountains.Akaishi MountainsAlso called[5]..The Akaishi Mountains are topographically with Shizuoka Prefecture in the southwest direction.AichiPrefectural borderYubari Mountains(Tenryu RiverIt continues to the opposite bank).This may also be included in the Akaishi Mountains in a broad sense.

However, it runs north and south at the western end of the Akaishi Mountains.Ina Mountains(Elevation 1,600-1,800 meters) and extending north-south at the eastern end (elevation 1,600-2,000 meters)Minobu mountain area(Elevation 1,000-2,000 meters) may be significantly lower than the central mountains of the mountain range and may be excluded from the Akaishi Mountains.[6].Yubari MountainsThe same applies to.The main part of the Akaishi Mountains excluding these mountains is often called the Akaishi Mountains.Generally called the "Southern Alps" is the high altitude part of the Akaishi Mountains in this sense.

This Southern Alps is also a collection of three mountain ranges if you look closely, of whichMt. SenjogatakeからMibudake,Mt. Shiomidake,Arakawadake,Mt. Akaishidake,Holy mountainConnected toMountainsIs sometimes called the Akaishi Mountains.In that case, the Akaishi Mountains in the narrow sense, and (see below) would make up the Southern Alps.[5].

Name

The name of the Akaishi Mountains is exposedOigawaUpstream and its sourceMt. AkaishidakeDerived from the name of[7].

terrain

At the north endMt. Nokogiridake - Mt. Kai Komagatake --Hayakawa Ridge - AoisanFrom the northwest to the southeast (Kaikoma Mountains), this mountain rangeMountain rangeからNoro River-Ryo KitazawaOn the south side of the mountain range, there are two rows of mountain ranges that mainly extend from north to south.The mountain range on the east side (Shiramine Mountains) is Shiraminesanzan (Shiramine Sanzan)Mt. Kitadake-Mt. Ainodake-Mt. Noutoridake)WhenShiramine Nanto(Hirokawachidake-Kurogouchidake-Mt. ZarugatakeThe mountain range on the west side (Akaishi Mountains in the narrow sense) is calledMt. SenjogatakeIs the northern endMt. Shiomidake(Called a long ridge that connects both) ・Mt. Arakawa-Mt. Akaishidake-Holy mountain-Mt. Kamikouchidake-Mt. ChausudakeFrom the southernmost tip of the Southern AlpsMt. TekaridakeTo. Mountains continue to the south of Mt. Tekaridake, and the area south of Mt. Tekaridake is called the deep south (Mt. Daimugenzan-Mt. KurohoushigatakeSuch).

Hida MountainsHowever, while there are many steep mountains, the Akaishi Mountains are in the north.Mt. Kai Komagatake - Mt. NokogiridakeWith the whole areaMt. KitadakeExcept for some of the mountains, there are many relatively gentle mountains.It is believed that this is because the Akaishi Mountains are newer uplifts than the Hida Mountains and are relatively less eroded.Most of the mountainsMesozoicCretaceous Ofsandstone-Shale-SlateSuch asStrataIt is made of wood and the mountain surface is blackish.However, Mt. Kai Komagatake at the northern end --only the mountain range of Phoenix SanzangraniteThe mountain surface is pure white and stands out in the Akaishi Mountains.again,Last glacial periodIs a trace of the glacierGreat valleyHowever, it can be seen in Mt. Senjogatake, Mt. Ainodake, Mt. Arakawa, etc.

The Akaishi Mountains are uplifted by about 4 mm per year, and this uplift rate is one of the highest in the world.Therefore, assuming that this growth will continue, hundreds of years from the present dayMt. AinodakeIs the third highest altitude in Japan alone, and in the distant futureMt. Kai KomagatakeAlso3000 metersIt is expected that the altitude will exceed.

On the west side of the Akaishi Mountains in the narrow sense, the Ina Mountains extend from north to south in parallel, and the valley between them (National Route 152Is passing)Central structure lineIt was made by.

Vegetation

As mentioned above, erosion has not progressed compared to the Hida Mountains, sosoilIs well developed森林,Alpine plantIs generally more abundant than the Hida Mountains.Also, because it is located on the south side (Pacific side) of the Hida Mountains, the amount of snowfall in winter is less than that of the Hida Mountains.As a result, the vegetation is generally offset 200-300 meters above the Hida Mountains.Forest limitIs also higher by that amount.Especially vulnerable to heavy snowfallSubalpine coniferous forestIs well developed.However, there are not many moist alpine plants that depend on residual snow.Generally up to 1,700 to 1,800 meters above sea levelDeciduous forest, Up to 2,600-2,700 meters above sea levelSubalpine coniferous forest, More than thatAlpine beltIt has become.

Mt. Kitadake(Grass slide and ridgeline on the south side of the mountaintop) ・Mt. Senjogatake・ ・Mibushi clan-NakadakeVery large scale, such as ()Alpine plant OfFlower fieldIt is known that there is. Just below the summit of Mt. Kitadake,Endemic species OfCallianthemum hondolisGrow naturally.

The main mountains in the Akaishi Mountains

Topographic map of the Akaishi Mountains
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Northern part (Kitazawa Pass, north of Noro River, Kaikoma Mountains)

East ridge (east of Oi River, Shirane Mountains)

Western ridge (west of Oi River, Akaishi Mountains in a narrow sense)

Source river

The following are the main sourcesRiverThe Pacific OceanFlow to[8] [9].

Main pass

The following are the main in the Akaishi MountainsPass[8][9].

Akaishi Mountains landscape

footnote

  1. ^ "Alpine Guide Southern Alps"Mountain and valley company, 2009,ISBN 978-4-635-01358-1
  2. ^ "Japan XNUMX Famous Mountains"Fukada Hisaya(Author),Asahi Shimbun, 1982,ISBN-4 02-260871-4, P286-P321
  3. ^ Minutes of the XNUMXth Japan Geopark Committee Meeting (PDF)
  4. ^ June 2014, 6 Announcement by the Ministry of the Environment
  5. ^ a b Shiro Akira, "Alpine Guide 30 Southern Alps" 51 edition.[Detailed information for identifying documents]
  6. ^ The Minobu Mountains may include the Koma Mountains (Mt. Kushigatayama).
  7. ^ "Introduction to the Southern Alps Nagano Prefecture Edition", 2012, P29
  8. ^ a b "Mt. Kitadake / Kaikoma (" Yama-To-Kogen-Chizu "map41)"Shobunsha, 2010,ISBN 978-4-398-75721-0
  9. ^ a b "Yama-To-Kogen-Chizu" map42, Shobunsha Publications, 2010,ISBN 978-4-398-75722-7
  10. ^ Private car regulation, mountaineering bus / shared taxi timetable,Ina, Retrieved December 2010, 12. (Archive version)
  11. ^ Southern Alps Tourist Information,Minami Alps, Retrieved December 2010, 12. (Archive version)

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