How long is the Japanese mountain range?
The so-called Japanese Alps run the full length of Honshu, the
main island of Japan. The ball park estimate for their length is
something on the order of 1,000 miles. This "spine" roughly bisects
Honshu along its length, and is divided into three moderately
distinct regions. From north to south, they are the Hida, the Kiso
and the Akaishi Mountains. You might want a link, and you've got