Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji, Japan

Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, and it is on the World Heritage List since 2013. Mt. Fuji is a single peak mountain, so you can see great view from the top of the mountain. If you are lucky, you see will be able to see the beautiful rising sun.
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Mt. Fuji is placed 60 miles south west of Tokyo.
While huts and other facilities open, approximately from July to August, you’ll see a lot of climbers there.
Yes, Climbing season is coming!
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During the climbing season, sometimes you’ll see  climbers making a gigantic line, just like a traffic jam in urban cities.

 
 
 

Mountain Huts

Many climbers are motivated to see the rising sun from the summit, and due to this reason, huts are usually packed with people taking a power nap or having food. Also, climbers often make use of the huts for arranging their time schedules.huts
Huts of Mt. Fuji

 
 
 

Don’t Worry, Vending Machines Are Always There For You

You’ll be surprised when you reach the summit.
There are vending machines!
It’s very interesting to see vending machine at the tip of Mt. Fuji.
But be aware that the drink are a bit costly.
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Vending machines at the summit of Mt. Fuji
You can get hot drinks while waiting for the sun to rise.
You can get more information about Mt. Fuji climbing from this website.
Climbing Mt. Fuji is tough. But if you prepare well, you’ll be able to handle it, because even children do!
If you ever plan to visit Japan, stop by at Mt. Fuji! There are too many interesting things for me to include on this post.
Happy climbing! (and be safe!)
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