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Table of contents

1. Maga Slab 7 routes in Sector

All Sport
Access Issues: inherited from Ogawayama

Much of the information about this crag is from the online guide http://www.ogawayama.com/

Ethic: inherited from Japan

There`s not a lot of information about in English on climbing in Japan. Much of the information is kept in personal blogs or is accessed through joining a climbing organization.

Many of the routes are well protected, while other less climbed "sport" routes have loose pitons as protection.

The Japan Free Climbing Association does a lot of good work (http://freeclimb.jp/seibi/seibi.htm) but with some clubs and communities, many techniques and ethics are still passed down from old generations with outdated gear and techniques.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Suiyoubi no Cinderella 5.11a Sport 30m
2 Ogawayama Short Story 5.9 Sport
3 Ultra 7 5.7 Sport
4 Kawaii Onna 5.10c Sport 20m
5 ** A Prayer for Owen Meany 5.10c Sport
6 ** Takai Mado 5.10b Sport 20m
7 * Derorinman 5.11d Sport 2

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.7 Ultra 7 Sport
5.9 Ogawayama Short Story Sport
5.10b ** Takai Mado Sport 20m
5.10c ** A Prayer for Owen Meany Sport
Kawaii Onna Sport 20m
5.11a *** Suiyoubi no Cinderella Sport 30m
5.11d * Derorinman Sport 2