Granites carrying magnetite, such as those in the Kitakami, Abukuma, and San-in—Shirakawa zones, have Mg-rich and Al-poor biotite and hornblende, whereas granites carrying ilmenite instead of magnetite, such as those of the Ryoke, Sanyo— Naegi zones, have Fe- and Al-rich ones. These differences of chemistry are conspicuous and reflect the oxygen fugacities during crystallization. Trace elements and fluorine content in the Kitakami and the Ryoke granites are also presented. In the Kitakami, Abukuma, and San-in granites, fluorine is distinctly concentrated into biotite and hornblende in the late stages of crystallization, but in some Ryoke granites, the relation between fluorine content and differentiation is indistinct. The granites in the former districts may have been closed with respect to fluorine, while those in the latter may have been open, and fluorine in the granitic magma is thought to have reacted to some degree with the surrounding rocks.