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The Chureito Pagoda in Fujiyoshida, a 10-minute train ride from Kawaguchiko is a popular spot for viewing and photographing Mount Fuji, especially in spring and autumn.
The wisteria tunnels and surrounding gardens of Kawachi Fuji-en draw flower enthusiasts from around the world each spring to Kitakyushu in the south of Japan.
Every third Monday in July Japan celebrates umi-no-hi (Marine Day), when many Japanese take a trip to the beach to show their gratitude for the blessings of the ocean. However,
The Mount Mitake and Mount Odake day hike from Tokyo, starting and ending at the stunning Tama River, has nice views the whole way.
From fifth station to the peak, up and down Mount Fuji in 13 hours.
When the trail is getting a little steeper and a bit rocky, you will have almost reached the saddle between the two peaks. Now there is a choice to make.
Get up close and personal to experiencing one of the few active, constantly smoking volcanoes in Japan; An adventure you won’t forget in a hurry!
Mt Fuji, the majestic, sacred, and highest mountain in Japan, should not be underestimated when planning to hike it with the goal of reaching the summit.