Feb. 23: Day of Mt. Fuji

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Japan, Shizuoka Pref.

I was lucky to find Mt. Fuji, the tallest mountain of Japan, although we didn’t have a clear sky yesterday.

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I learned that Feb. 23 is designated as the Day of Mt. Fuji from both Shizuoka and Yamanashi Prefecture, the two prefectures who share the mountain.

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Why Feb. 23?

To understand, you need to know a little bit about Japanese language so I would like to skip explaining about it here…

 

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A photo&travel lover, based in Tokyo. Work as media relations coordinator full-time. Loves to capture a broad landscape of town or nature and a scenery with something old and classic. Started using a film SLR from winter 2016.

4 thoughts on “Feb. 23: Day of Mt. Fuji”

  1. So, there is a day for Mount Fuji, great, there is a new news for me, nice sharing. 🙂 I think you really had a good look by seeing it in foggy day for I heard an issue that seeing the peak of Mount Fuji somehow needed a little luck, especially when the fog appeared.

    • I’m not sure if I have seen the peak so far however I often see the mountain from my room (in Tokyo) during winter.

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