- Name: Mount Tate
- Japanese name: 立山 (Tateyama)
- Location: Tateyama, Toyama (富山県立山町)
- Summit elevation: 9,892 ft / 3,015 m
- Elevation change: 2,017 ft / 615 m
Mount Tate (Tateyama), one of Japan's three holy mountains (三霊山, Sanreizan) along with Mount Fuji (富士山, Fujisan) and Mount Haku (白山, Hakusan) and one of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains, is located in the northern half of Japan's Kita Alps (北アルプス) and is one of the most accessible peaks in the area.