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7 amazing views of Mount Fuji

No other place symbolizes more the essence of Japan as Mount Fuji, Japan's highest and most sacred mountain. Few natural sites can rival with its mesmerizing beauty, further enhanced by its seasonal shifts. Here are some particularly striking photographs of the great snow-capped volcano.

Mount Fuji viewed from the Chūreitō Pagoda in Fujiyoshida City

Mount Fuji viewed from the Chūreitō Pagoda in Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture (© nicholashan - Fotolia.com)


Mount Fuji in winter viewed from Lake Kawaguchi

Mount Fuji in winter viewed from Lake Kawaguchi, Yamanashi Prefecture (© pigprox - Fotolia.com)


Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi viewed from Hakone

Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi viewed from Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture (© sataojp - Fotolia.com)


Mount Fuji in a sea of clouds from Mount Kitadake, Southern Japanese Alps

Mount Fuji in a sea of clouds from Mount Kitadake, Southern Japanese Alps (© jiratto - Fotolia.com)


Tea plantations with Mount Fuji in the backdrop, viewed from Nihondaira

Tea plantations with Mount Fuji in the backdrop, viewed from Nihondaira, Shizuoka Prefecture (© Craig Hanson - Fotolia.com)


Mount Fuji viewed from Iyashi no sato Folk Village in Fujikawaguchiko

Iyashi no sato Folk Village and Mount Fuji, Yamanashi Prefecture (© SeanPavonePhoto - Fotolia.com)


Mount Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi with morning fog in autumn

Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi with morning fog in autumn, Yamanashi Prefecture (© jiratto - Fotolia.com)


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