Hiyoriyama mountain, which returned to Japan’s lowest mountain after the tsunami of the Great East Japan Earthquake, is located at Gamo Tidal Flat in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture Japan.
Tenpozan (4.53m above sea level) in Osaka ranked first, and Hiyoriyama was the second lowest mountain in Japan at 6.05m above sea level.
The mountain collapsed due to the tsunami and land subsidence caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake, but subsequent measurements showed that the altitude was 3 meters above sea level, and it became the lowest mountain in Japan again.
Both are built by humans, and Mount Bentenyama mountain in Tokushima (6.1 m above sea level) ranks first as a natural mountain.
This video was shot in 2010, before the Great East Japan Earthquake.