Thanks for the kind words, as always.
You raise an interesting point, to what extend are these mountainscapes of Japanese nature? They are of course Japanese because they have been taken in Japan, but wouldn't be possible to do about the same in just about any mountain range the same height?... just thinking out loud.
I agree that your mountain pictures may not look especially "Japanese", but I also feel that different mountain ranges throughout the world have different characteristics, I would even say different "personalities." In the American West, for example, the Rocky Mountains don't look (or feel, visually) at all like the Sierra Nevadas, or like the Canadian Rockies. In the mountain regions I have visited I haven't yet encountered a range with as many layers, all of similar height, as in your latest offering.
If I ever do get to Japan, I will certainly look you up, and hope to see lots more of your photos!