Mount Rishiri (利尻山, Rishiri-zan) is a quaternary stratovolcano located off the coast of Hokkaidō, Japan in the Sea of Japan. The extinct volcano rises out of the sea forming Rishiri Island. Because its cone shape resembles Mount Fuji it is sometimes referred to as Rishiri Fuji. It is one of the 100 famous mountains in Japan.
Mount Rishiri's opening festival is held annually on July 2 and July 3. This festival officially opens the climbing season.
By elevation Mount Rishiri is
# 86 out of 966 in Hokkaidō Prefecture # 1 out of 10 in Rishiri
By prominence Mount Rishiri is
# 15 out of 10903 in the Japanese Mountains # 3 out of 966 in Hokkaidō Prefecture # 15 out of 11291 in Japan # 1 out of 10 in Rishiri
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