View from the North
|Elevation||1,406 m (4,613 ft)|
|Last eruption||0.2 Ma|
Mount Amagi (天城山, Amagi-san) is a range of volcanic mountains in central Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, forming the border between Izu City and Higashi-Izu Town. It is also referred to as the Amagi Mountain Range (天城連山, Amagi Renzan).
The Amagi mountains have several peaks, the tallest of which are Bansaburōdake (万三郎岳) at 1,406 metres (4,613 ft), Banjirōdake (万二郎岳) at 1,300 metres (4,300 ft), and Tōgasayama (遠笠山) at 1,197 metres (3,927 ft).
Mount Amagi is a well-known producer of Wasabi.
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- Amagi San - Geological Survey of Japan
- Tourist brochure - Izu city official
- Hiking Map - Izu city official (in Japanese) (web.archive.org)
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