Himalayan Expeditions organized or supported by the Japanese Alpine Club are indexed here. All of our activities are not covered in this table and almost of the content is text rich style, because it is now under construction.

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Index by Report year



Index by Name

  The first ascent of Manaslu, 1952, 53, 54, 55 and 1956
  Manaslu Chronology, 1950-1996
  North-East face of Himalchuri, 1958 & 1959
  First scale of Makalu via East South Ridge by JAC Tokai Branch, 1970
  Mt. Everest South-West face and South-East ridge, 1969 & 1970
  Dunagiri via North Ridge by JAC Student's Section, 1976
  Nanda Devi(7813m), 1978
  Qomolamgma North face, 1979 & 1980
  Kangchengjunga Traverse, 1984
  Sagarmata/Qomollama Cross Traverse, 1988
  First ascent of Xuelian Feng(6627m) by JAC Tokai Branch, 1990
  Tirichi Mir(7708m) by JAC Kyoto Branch, 1991
  the First ascent to Namcha Barwa, 1990, 91 and 1992
  Schisha Pangma Central Peak by JAC Fukuoka Branch of, 1992
  Trial of Qomollama Northeast ridge by Japanese-Kazakh expedition, 1992
  The First Ascent of Himlung Himal by A.A.C.Hokkaido, 1992
  The first ascent in Winter, Sagarmatha South-West Face by Gunma M.A., 1993
  The first ascent to Mt. Crown by JAC Tokai Branch, 1993
  Indian-Japan AqTash Expedition by Hiroshima Alpine Club, 1993
  Everest, the South Pillar route by Aichi Gakuinn Univ., 1994
  The first scale of Qomolangma Northeast ridge by Nihon Univ., 1995
  Makalu East ridge, 1995
  Twins by Tokyo University of Argiculture, 1995
  K2 South-East Ridge by JAC Youth Section, 1996
  the first ascent to Ultar ll(7,388 m) by JAC Tokai Branch, 1996
  Dhaulagiri Pear route by JAC Youth Section, 1997
  K2 West face by JAC Tokai Branch, 1997
  Exploring in North-Western Nepal Himalaya '97 / '98 by Osaka Alpine Club
  The first ascent of unknown East Kanthari in "Kokosiri", 1999
  Mekong River
  West Sichuan

  JAPANESE 8000m Climbers List (PDF File)

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