The Ishizuchi Mountains

The Ishizuchi Mountains, the highest peak in western Japan, has an altitude of 1982m It is the roof of Shikoku and one of the "100 Famous Mountains of Japan".
From the main peak, Mt. Tengu, you can see the Ishizuchi mountain range, the Seto Inland Sea, and mountains in the Chugoku and Kyushu regions in the distance.
It is revered as one of the seven sacred mountains of Japan and has a distant view of many mountains such as Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tate, Mt. Haku, Mt. Omine, Mt. Shakagatake, and Mt. Oyama.
There are a total of four chain trails called "Trial Chain (74m)", "First Chain (33m)", "Second Chain (65m)", and "Third Chain (68m)".
There is also a detour route, so even those who are not confident in their physical strength can climb.
Near Saijo