Feb. 23: Day of Mt. Fuji

Japan, Shizuoka Pref.

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




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.


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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