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Japanese beryl localities
A list of Japanese beryl localities described in citable papers and books.
The list is edited based on the editing policy of location lists.
- Year of description
Location (Prefecture, Synonym, Comments)
- Year 1885
Ena (Gifu, Placer)
- Year 1895
Mount Tanakami (Shiga), Mount Takozuka (Gifu, Naegi), Nishibora (Gifu, Takayama, Ena)
- Year 1897
Aotoriyama (Aichi, Hazu), Sekinotsu (Shiga, Kurita), Yamanoo (Ibaraki, Makabe mine)
- Year 1900
Ishikawa (Fukushima), Monhora (Gifu, Sango), Kami-Kurobera (Yamanashi, Kurobera mine), Ogiharayama (Yamanashi, Kamikane), Hachimanyama (Yamanashi, Obi), Oyamada mine (Aichi, Yasusada)
- Year 1903
Tomaki (Fukushima, Ishikawa), Mujinamori (Fukushima, Ishikawa), Ishizuka (Fukushima, Ishikawa)
See Japanese page for more localities.