The Daisen Volcano is situated about 20 km in the southeast of Yonago city in the Tottori prefecture. Its highest point is known as Kengamine at 1'729 m. It is part of the Daisen-Oki Nationalpark and listed as one of the 100 famous Japanese mountains.
Japan 1939, Daisen Volcano.
The stamp was issued in sheets of 20 and in the souvenirsheet Daisen & Setonaikai Nationalpark.
Japan 1965, Daisen Volcano.
Japan 1985, "sport event Tottori prefecture".
The Daisen Volcano in the background.
Japan 2001, Daisen Volcano.
Japan 2004, Daisen Volcano.
Grenada 2005, Hoki Province – Distant View of Mount Daisen.
(Scene of Woman transplanting rice in late spring rain)
Ando Hiroshige: Picture 41 of the series "Famous Views of the Sixty-odd Provinces ".
(Hoki was an old province of Japan in the area that is today the western part of Tottori Prefecture. It was sometimes called Hakushū)
The stamp was issued in the miniaturesheet "International Year of Rice".
Japan 2011, Daisen Volcano.
The stamp was issued in the sheet
"60th anniversary series of Local Government Act construction Tottori Prefecture"
South face of Daisen Volcano.
The stamp was issued in the series "Japan Mountains Series 3".
Japan 2016, Daisen volcano.
The stamp was issued in the series "The Establishment of "Mountain Day".