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World Heritage Mountains

As of March 2019, Japan has 22 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including both natural and cultural heritages. Mountain climbing is a prime activity at some of these, including the natural heritages of Yakushima, Shirakami-Sanchi, Shiretoko, and the Ogasawara Islands. This site showcases hiking routes for Yakushima and Shiretoko.

The cultural heritage of the Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range includes a portion of the ancient Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage Route. The trail is popular with international travelers, providing an experience of the area's culture and history.Mt. Fuji is Japan's highest peak and an important cultural heritage. Many trekkers ascend it during the climbing season between July and early September.

The World Heritage Mountains featured on this site are as listed below.

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