Get your fill of historical and geographical knowledge about these towering volcanic peaks that hold great religious and cultural significance in the Japanese tradition. Let’s take a look at the tallest mountains in Japan and the basics of climbing them.
Located west of Tokyo, Mount Takao has plenty of natural attractions that offer a variety of breathtaking views. You can also ride cable cars, visit temples, museums, onsens, and climb to the top of the mountain. The Michelin Green Guide highly recommends this mountain for tourists visiting Japan.