Mount Okukane (奥鐘山 Okukane-yama) is a mountain located between the towns of Tateyama and Kurobe in Toyama Prefecture, Japan. The mountain has an elevation of 1,543 m (5,062 ft). Mount Okukane rises dramatically between the Kurobe Gorge and the Haba Valley to form, at 600 metres (2,000 ft), one of the foremost sheer rock faces in Japan. The mountain is primarily composed of granite and is part of the Hida Mountains, also known as the Northern Japan Alps. Mount Okukane, together with the Kurobe and Sarutobi gorges, were designated a Special Natural Monument and Special Place of Scenic Beauty in 1964.

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  • Le mont Okukane (奥鐘山, Okukane-yama) est une montagne située dans les villes de Tateyama et Kurobe de la préfecture de Toyama au Japon. Culminant à 1 543 m d'altitude, le mont Okukane se dresse entre la gorge de Kurobe et la vallée de Haba pour former à 600 m[précision nécessaire], l'une des plus importantes falaises du Japon. La montagne, composée essentiellement de granite, fait partie des monts Hida, également connus sous le nom d'« Alpes du Nord du Japon ». Avec les gorges de Kurobe et Sarutobi, le mont Okujkane est désigné monument naturel spécial et lieu spécial de beauté pittoresque en 1964. (fr)
  • Mount Okukane (奥鐘山 Okukane-yama) is a mountain located between the towns of Tateyama and Kurobe in Toyama Prefecture, Japan. The mountain has an elevation of 1,543 m (5,062 ft). Mount Okukane rises dramatically between the Kurobe Gorge and the Haba Valley to form, at 600 metres (2,000 ft), one of the foremost sheer rock faces in Japan. The mountain is primarily composed of granite and is part of the Hida Mountains, also known as the Northern Japan Alps. Mount Okukane, together with the Kurobe and Sarutobi gorges, were designated a Special Natural Monument and Special Place of Scenic Beauty in 1964. (en)
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  • Le mont Okukane (奥鐘山, Okukane-yama) est une montagne située dans les villes de Tateyama et Kurobe de la préfecture de Toyama au Japon. Culminant à 1 543 m d'altitude, le mont Okukane se dresse entre la gorge de Kurobe et la vallée de Haba pour former à 600 m[précision nécessaire], l'une des plus importantes falaises du Japon. La montagne, composée essentiellement de granite, fait partie des monts Hida, également connus sous le nom d'« Alpes du Nord du Japon ». Avec les gorges de Kurobe et Sarutobi, le mont Okujkane est désigné monument naturel spécial et lieu spécial de beauté pittoresque en 1964. (fr)
  • Mount Okukane (奥鐘山 Okukane-yama) is a mountain located between the towns of Tateyama and Kurobe in Toyama Prefecture, Japan. The mountain has an elevation of 1,543 m (5,062 ft). Mount Okukane rises dramatically between the Kurobe Gorge and the Haba Valley to form, at 600 metres (2,000 ft), one of the foremost sheer rock faces in Japan. The mountain is primarily composed of granite and is part of the Hida Mountains, also known as the Northern Japan Alps. Mount Okukane, together with the Kurobe and Sarutobi gorges, were designated a Special Natural Monument and Special Place of Scenic Beauty in 1964. (en)
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