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Volcanoes and "One Hundred Mountains of Japan" by K. Fukada (1964)

 A half of one hudred mountais are Quaternary volcanoes.
 A third of one hundred mountains are active volcanoes.
 A quarter of one hundred mountains are active volcanoes that are continuously monitored by JMA.
 
Names of following mountains are based on the original book of "One Hundred Mountains of Japan" (Fukada, 1964) ,
that was translated to English by M. Hood and published by Univ. of Hawaii Press in 2014.
Click the volcano name.  (Mountains of Italic style are not volcanoes)
*: Active volcanoes recognized by JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency).
**: Active volcanoes continuously monitored by JMA.
†: Active volcanoes researched with emphasis by universities and/or NIED.
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Rishiri Zan * Rausu Dake * Shari Dake Akan Dake ** Daisetsu (Taisetsu) Zan **
Tomuraushi Yama Tokachi Dake ** Horoshiri Dake Shiribeshi Yama (Yotei San) * Iwaki San**
Hakkoda San ** Hachimantai * Iwate San ** Hayachine San Chokai San **
Gassan Asahi Dake Zao Zan ** Iide San Azuma Yama **
Adatara Yama ** Bandai San ** Aizu Komagatake Nasu Dake ** Uonuma Komagatake
Hiragatake Makihata Yama Hiuchigatake * Shibutsu San Tanigawa Dake
Amakazari Yama Naeba San Myoko San * Hiuchi Yama Takazuma Yama
Nantai San * Oku Shirane San ** Sukai San Hotaka Yama Akagi San *
Kusatsu Shirane San ** Azumaya San Asama Yama ** Shirouma Dake Goryu Dake
Kashima Yarigatake Tsurugi Dake Tateyama ** *3 Yakushi Dake Kurobegoro Dake
Kurodake (Suisho Dake) Washiba Dake *2 Yarigatake *4 Hotaka Dake *4 Jonen Dake
Kasagatake Yakedake** Norikura Dake ** Ontake San ** Utsukushigahara
Kirigamine Tateshina Yama *1 Yatsugatake Ryokami San Kumotori Yama
Kobushi Dake Kinpu San Mizugaki Yama Tsukuba San Daibosatsu Rei
Tanzawa San Fuji San ** Amagi San Kiso Komagatake Utsugi Dake
Ena San Kai Komagatake Senjogatake Hoo Zan Kitadake
Ainodake Shiomi Dake Warusawa Dake Akaishi Dake Hijiri Dake
Tekari Dake Hakusan ** Arashima Dake Ibuki Yama Odaigahara Yama
Omine San Daisen Tsurugi San Ishizuchi San Kuju San **
Sobo San Aso San ** Kirishima Yama ** Kaimon Dake * Miyanoura Dake



*: Active volcanoes recognized by JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency).
**: Active volcanoes continuously monitored by JMA. (50 volcanoes)
†: Active volcanoes researched with emphasis by universities and/or NIED. (25 volcanoes)
*1: The south neighboring volcano, (Kita) Yokodake, is recognized to be active. Both of them are members of Kita Yatsugatake Volcano Group.
*2: Washibaike Pond just below the summit of Washiba Dake is a explosion crater. The volcano is now unrecognized to be active by JMA, though fumarolic activity is vigorous at Io Zawa (River), south of Washiba Dake.
*3: Murodo and Jigokudani Valley (at the western foot of Mt. Tateyama) are parts of Tateyama Volcano, though Mt. Tateyama itself is not a volcano(volcano name by JMA is "Midagahara")
*4: These mountains are composed of Quaternary volcanic rocks with no volcanic structure.

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