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Mt. Sengenrei (890 m)
Tama

Mt. Sengenrei is one of the peaks on the Sengen ridge which is started from Mt. Mitousan. The genuine peak of Sengenrei is located at 200 m west away from this, but a large Sign of "Sengenrei" is built on this point, so many people may believe this is just the peak. Anyway, we can enjoy wonderful panorama from here; Mt. Fuji in the south, Mt. Ohdakesan (1266 m) and Mt. Gozenyama (1405 m) in the north.  It was a cold day, but many people enjoyed hiking on the ridge.  Just before I took the photo, a party had a break on this point.

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Uploaded: 20/12/2011
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