We report the karyotypes of six species of the order Soricomorpha (Mammalia), based on specimens collected from Emei Shan (Mount Emei) in central Sichuan Province, China: two talpid species, Uropsilus andersoni (diploid chromosome number [2n]=34, fundamental number of chromosome arms including two X chromosomes [FN]=56) and Scaptonyx fusicaudus (2n=34, FN=64); and four soricid species, Episoriculus sacratus (2n=58, FN=108), Anourosorex squamipes (2n=48, FN=96), Sorex cylindricauda (2n=30, FN=50), and Sorex bedfordiae (2n=24/25, FN=46/48). This is the first report of the karyotypes of all species except Sc. fusicaudus and A. squamipes. Episoriculus sacratus is considered to be a valid species in Sichuan, separated from the Nepalese E. soluensis based on differences in the karyotype. The karyotype of S. bedfordiae showed polymorphism due to the occurrence of a B chromosome. Differences in the karyotypes of S. cylindricauda and S. bedfordiae could be explained mostly by seven Robertsonian translocations revealed by G-band karyotypes.