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alexchov
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture
outdoors
Mount Fuji
Posted about 2 years ago
If you’re going all the way to Tokyo you should definitely see and/or climb Fuji-San. Slightly tedious terrain consistent up the mountain, dense volcanic gravel, but the sunrise justifies the proverbial ‘land of the rising sun’ nickname entirely. I highly highly highly recommend Fuji Mountain Guides if you want a seamless experience from start to finish.
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scottybeau_
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture
outdoors
Mount Fuji
Posted about 2 years ago
The tallest mountain in Japan and one of the most stunning things I've ever laid eyes on.
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loganbrooks
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture
outdoors
Mount Fuji
Posted about 2 years ago
Saying you want to take a day trip to Mt. Fuji from Tokyo is a somewhat nebulous statement, since the Fuji Five Lakes region that sits beneath Japan‘s most famous mountain is so huge. Do you want to head to Kawaguchiko, whose lake provides the clearest reflection of Mt. Fuji, or head to Fujiyoshida to actually climb the thing? Another iconic spot you can find in the Fuji Five Lakes region is Chureito Pagoda, which during cherry blossom season provides one of the best hanami views in the entire country. In my opinion, while you can theoretically take a Tokyo day trip to Mt. Fuji, there’s so much in this region that you’d best stay at least one night. The best way to reach Mt. Fuji from Tokyo depends on where you want to go. Direct buses run from Shibuya to Fuji-Q Highlands theme park and Kawaguchi-ko, and this is the fastest way for most travelers to reach the Fuji Five Lakes region.
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theunchainednomads
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture
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Mount Fuji
Posted over 2 years ago
The king of Japan! Just wonderful, if you pick the right time of the year you might even have the chance to climb it
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anamaria17
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture
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Mount Fuji
Posted almost 2 years ago
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mikayla
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture
Mount Fuji
Posted over 1 year ago
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