Junko Tabei

Drawings of Junko Tabei in a range of climbing positions labeled with overall height

Junko Tabei was a Japanese mountaineer and the first woman to reach Mount Everest summit. Besides, she is the first woman to ascend to the highest peaks of all the highest mountains in the seven continents, also called the Seven Summit. Born Junko Ishibashi, she was a mountaineer, author with seven books, and a teacher. Junko was also famous for climbing almost all the mountains in Japan. Besides climbing, she led environmental projects to collect litter left by mountaineers and other youth initiative projects such as holding guiding excursions on Mount Fuji. Junko also set up the Joshi-Tohan Club (Women's Mountaineering Club) for women only climbers.

Series of outline drawings of Junko Tabei in a range of climbing postures

Junko Tabei had a height of 4’9” (1.45 m).

How tall was Junko Tabei?
Junko Tabei was 4 foot 9 inches (1.45 m) tall.

Details

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4’9” | 1.45 m
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Nationality: Japan

Years Active: 1969-2016

Death: October 20, 2016

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Birthday:
September 22, 1939

Properties

Drawings include:
Junko Tabei standing, climbing (various)

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Climbing is primarily a recreational sport where individuals utilize their hands and feet to climb rock walls, natural topographical objects, or cliffs. Climbing has existed since humans have existed, and requires balance, strength, endurance, and a focused composure.

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4’9” | 1.45 m
September 22, 1939
Junko Tabei
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