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Junko Tabei (田部井 淳子)
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Junko Tabei in 1985 at Communism Peak. Photo by Jaan Künnap.
Kamundagan(1939-09-22)22 Septyembre 1939
Miharu, Fukushima, Japan
Kagadanan20 Oktobre 2016(2016-10-20) (edad 77)
Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan
NasyunalidadJapanese
TrabahoMountaineer
Midbid bilangFirst woman to summit Mount Everest; first woman to ascend the Seven Summits
AgomMasanobu Tabei
Mga aki2

Si Junko Tabei (田部井 淳子, Tabei Junko (piangaki sa Shitei Junko), Setyembre 22, 1939 – Oktobre 20, 2016)[1] sarong Haponesang tagasakat nin bundok. Siya an enot na babayi na naabot an tuktok nin Mount Everest, asin enot na babayi na makasakat sa gabos na Seven Summits sa paaging pagsakat sa tuktok kan kada kontinente climbing the highest peak on every continent.[2][3][4]

Amay na Pagkabuhay[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Si Shitei pinangaki sa Miharu, Fukushima, ikalimang babayi sa pamiya sa pitong magturugang.[5][6] Siya sinasabing maluyang aki, pero nagpuon siya magsakat nin bundok sa edad na 10, nagduduman sa klase na sinasakat an Mount Nasu.[5][7] Dawa interesado siya sa pagsakat, an saiyang pamilya dae kayang tustusan an saiyang magastos na libangan, asin si Tabei nagsakat lang nin dikit kan siya nasa high school.[6]

Si Junko Tabei sa Communism Peak kan 1985 kaiba an duwang Hapones asin apat naEstonian mountaineers. Retrato ni Jaan Künnap.

Hilingon pa lalo[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • List of 20th-century summiters of Mount Everest
  • List of Mount Everest records

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. "Error: no |url= specified when using {{cite web}}". 
  2. .  Retrieved 29 December 2015
  3. Otake, Tomoko, "Junko Tabei : The first woman atop the world", Japan Times, 27 May 2012, p. 7
  4. The American Alpine Journal. Volume 67 of American Alpine Club Annual Resources Series. The Mountaineers Books. 1997. p. 125. ISBN 0930410556. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Junko Tabei, first woman to conquer Everest, complete ‘Seven Summits,’ dies at 77". 22 October 2016. http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/10/22/national/junko-tabei-first-woman-climb-mt-everest-dies-77/. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Junko Tabei defied Japanese views of women to become an – 04.29.96 – SI Vault". 7 October 2013. Archived from the original on 7 October 2013. https://web.archive.org/web/20131007044949/http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1008036/1/index.htm. 
  7. "Japanese Climber Junko Tabei, First Woman To Conquer Mount Everest, Dies At 77". https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/10/22/498971169/japanese-climber-junko-tabei-first-woman-to-conquer-mount-everest-dies-at-77.