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Photos: Climbing Mt. Fuji in the summer

From early July to early September, in Japan, you can climb Mt. Fuji (3,776 m). At this time, Mt. Fuji has almost no snow. It takes about 7 hours on foot from the 5th station where the bus arrives to the top. If you are climbing, I recommend watching the sunrise at the top. At the moment the sun rises, it gets really warm, and you can see wonderful views in front of you!

Photos of the Climbing Mt. Fuji in the summer

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Mount Fuji: 15 best viewing spots in Japan!

On this page, I will show you the best viewpoint to see Mt. Fuji. Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan with an altitude of 3776 meters. There are lakes made by the volcanic activity of Mt. Fuji, and creating a beautiful landscape around that. If you want to see ...

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Photos: Mt. Fuji covered with snow

Mount Fuji is covered with snow from autumn to spring. In winter, the air is clear, so you can see the beautiful Mount Fuji even from Tokyo. For details on Mount Fuji, please refer to the following article. Table of ContentsPhotos of Mt. FujiMap of Mt. Fuji Photos of Mt. Fuji ...

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Photos: Mt. Fuji in the morning sunrise

Personally, my favorite view of Mt. Fuji is the sunrise seen from the northern coast of Lake Motosu on the north side of Mt. Fuji. There is little artificial lighting around Lake Motosu, so you can witness Mt. Fuji as seen by ancient Japanese. The scenery seen from here is printed ...

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Photos: Climbing Mt. Fuji in the summer

From early July to early September, in Japan, you can climb Mt. Fuji (3,776 m). At this time, Mt. Fuji has almost no snow. It takes about 7 hours on foot from the 5th station where the bus arrives to the top. If you are climbing, I recommend watching the sunrise ...

 

 

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