Mt. Fuji 富士山

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Kanji: 富士山
Hiragana: ふじさん
Pronunciation: Fujisan
Meaning: Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji in Japan is a symbol of natural beauty and spiritual importance. At 3,776 meters high, it is the tallest mountain in Japan. With its symmetrical conical shape and snow-capped peak, Mt. Fuji is a breathtaking sight to behold. For centuries, it has inspired artists, poets, and adventurers. “Mt. Fuji – Object of Faith and Source of Art” and was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 2013.

Visitors to Mt. Fuji can appreciate its grandeur and serene setting. Many tourists climb to the top of the mountain to see the beautiful sunrise, known as “Goraimitsu. Mt. Fuji is also surrounded by beautiful lakes, lush forests, and charming traditional villages where nature and culture are in harmony.

Mt. Fuji has deep cultural and spiritual significance for the Japanese people. Mt. Fuji has been considered a sacred mountain and a place of pilgrimage and religious practice for centuries. Whether you choose to admire its beauty from afar or make a memorable climb, Mt. Fuji is an unforgettable experience that captures the essence of Japan’s natural wonders.

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