Mount Amagi


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This mountain range forms the border between Izu City and Higashi-Izu Town. Also known as the Amagi Mountain Range, it is home to several peaks, the tallest of which are Bansaburodake at 1,406 meters and Banjirodake at 1,299 meters. Several hiking routes lead to the mountain top. The Amagi Range is listed as one of the 100 Famous Japanese Mountains in a book published in 1964 by mountaineer Kyuya Fukada. The highest point on the Izu Peninsula, the mountain range boast a view of lush forests and of Mount Fuji.