Mount Ushiro (後山, Ushiro-yama) is a mountain on the border of Shisō, Hyōgo Prefecture, and Mimasaka, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. It is the highest mountain in Okayama Prefecture and the third highest mountain in Hyōgo Prefecture, after Mount Hyōno and Mount Mimuro. In Hyōgo Prefecture this mountain is also known as Itabami-san and in Tottori Prefecture it is also known as Ushiro-no-sen.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mt. Ushiroyama is
# 3 out of 364 in Hyogo Prefecture # 1 out of 362 in Okayama Prefecture # 12 out of 1760 in the Chūgoku Mountains
By prominence Mt. Ushiroyama is
# 23 out of 364 in Hyogo Prefecture # 20 out of 362 in Okayama Prefecture
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