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Remarkable Glaciated Rocks Found in the High Mountains of the Central Upland of Japan
Proceedings of the Imperial Academy
The high mountain chain called the" Yari-Hodaka" range, separat ing the head streams of the two river valleys, namely Azusa-Gawa on the east and Gamada-Gawa on the west, keeping altitudes of morethan three thousand meters, along the distance of two kilometers, is the most remarkable mountain wall in the so-called " Japanese Alps." The peaks running from north to south, Yari-ga- Take (3,179.5 m.), Obami-Dake (3,100.0 m.), Naka-no-Take (3,100.0 m.), Minami-Dake (3,032.7 m), Kitahodaka-Dakedoi:10.2183/pjab1912.12.135 fatcat:yx274xgmmbaldoquiwd4itv5rq