The legendary Mount Fuji, recently named one of the newest UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites, stands 12,388 feet tall (3,776 meters) and is Japan’s highest mountain. With spectacular 360-degree views of Lake Ashinko, the Hakone mountains, and ... 

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Mt Fuji and Lake Ashi

May 2014

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Mt Fuji and Lake Ashi

Mt Fuji Day Trip

May 2014

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With Lake Ashi and bullet train

Mount Fuji from the visitors centre

January 2014

Garry and Kate Christmas Day 2013
Expect great views from the visitors centre

Mt. Fuji from visitor center

December 2011

This picture was from the visitor center at the base of Mt. Fuji. The second stop is about halfway up and above th snow line.

Mount Fuji, Japan

May 2011

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Mount Fuji viewed through cherry blossoms (sakura)

Fuji-san

June 2009

The day was a little overcast, but Fuji was pretty clear.

Us at the information centre

February 2009

Paul M
Australia

What a wonderful day to visit Fuji-san

Mt Fuji at Hakone Mt Komagatake

November 2008

Stephane S
Canada

This was my break from the "business" of Tokyo. I took this pic and stayed there for a while, just to make sure it was not only in my camera...

Mt.Fuji view from Kawaguchi Lake.

April 2015

The Mt. Fuji and Hakone area tour. Our plans changed from Lake Ashi to Lake Kawaguchi, but we still got splendid shots! :D

Mt. Fuji

March 2015

A little tree stuck in the snow on Mount Fuji.

Mt.Fuji

January 2015

This was the best tour we had seeing mt.fuji clearly in good weather.

Mt.Fuji Trip

January 2015

Me and my friend joined this day tour to mt.fuji .It was a great experience seeing mt.fuji up close and the fact that the weather cooperated so we had a clear view of mt.fuji. Also we had fun at lake ashi.

Mt Fuji

January 2015

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New Zealand

View of Mt Fuji after taken the ropeway ride

Misty Mountain

January 2015

The fog sets in on Mt Fuji

Mount Fuji in the Autumn

January 2015

Although Mt Fuji was without its iconic snow-capped peak, it was still breathtaking nonetheless

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