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Mount Ashitaka
Mount Ashitaka 20120203.jpg
Southeast Side
Highest point
PeakMount Echizen-dake
Elevation1,504 m (4,934 ft)
Dimensions
Length7 km (4.3 mi) Southwest-Northeast
Width6 km (3.7 mi) Northwest-Southeast
Naming
Native name愛鷹山  (Japanese)
Geography
CountryJapan
PrefectureShizuoka
Range coordinates35°13′37″N 138°48′11″E / 35.227°N 138.803°E / 35.227; 138.803Coordinates: 35°13′37″N 138°48′11″E / 35.227°N 138.803°E / 35.227; 138.803
Map of Japan (愛鷹山, Ashitakayama) is an eroded stratovolcano in the area south-east of Mount Fuji, Japan. Its highest peak, 1,504 metres (4,934 ft) high,[1] is mount Echizen-dake, but the complex is named after secondary peak, Ashitaka-yama, 1,188 m (3,898 ft) high.

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Mount Ashitaka is located in 100x100
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Topographic map of Ashitaka Volcano

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References

  1. ^ Karátson, D. "Erosion calderas: origins, processes, structural and climatic control," Bulletin of Volcanology Vol. 61 (1999), pp. 179 [PDF 6 of 20]; retrieved 2012-6-21.

The page incorporated material from Japanese Wikipedia page 愛鷹山, accessed 23 April 2019

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