Mount Hachimantai (八幡平, Hachimantai) is the highest peak of a group of stratovolcanos distributed around the Hachimantai plateau in the Ōu Mountains in northern Honshū, Japan. This volcanic plateau is part of the Nasu Volcanic Zone and straddles the border between the Iwate Prefecture and Akita Prefecture. The volcano is listed as one of the 100 Famous Japanese Mountains, and forms part of the Towada-Hachimantai National Park.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Ryōunsō located 431m/1 413ft E of the summit.
By elevation Mt. Hachimantai is
# 3 out of 451 in Akita Prefecture # 10 out of 563 in Iwate Prefecture # 52 out of 707 in the Ōu Mountains
By prominence Mt. Hachimantai is
# 29 out of 451 in Akita Prefecture # 37 out of 563 in Iwate Prefecture # 52 out of 707 in the Ōu Mountains
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