Mount Daisengen (大千軒岳, Daisengen-dake)

Mount Daisengen (大千軒岳, Daisengen-dake) is a 1,072-metre (3,517 ft) mountain located on the Oshima Peninsula of Hokkaidō, Japan. Mount Daisengen is the tallest mountain in the southern region of the peninsula.

A gold mine was established on the mountain during the Edo period, and a group of 106 Japanese Christians were executed on the mountain by the Matsumae clan during the nationwide crackdown on Christianity.

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