Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji

The iconic volcano

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Mount Fuji is a Japanese mountain in the shape of a volcanic cone located on the main island of Honshu, sitting between Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures, a hundred kilometers away from Tokyo in the South-West direction. Culminating peak of Japan with 3,776 meters high, Fuji-san is also one of the most important symbols of the archipelago.

Located not far away from Tokyo, it is a very appreciated destination of the travelers in Japan, whether to do the incredible ascent (as an accessible pilgrimage, even for the not so experienced hikers), or simply to enjoy its surrounding landscapes.
Indeed, mount Fuji 🗻 is surrounded by several big lakes whose most famous are probably Kawaguchi and Ashi, which promise gorgeous hikes, traditional hotels 🏨 often accompanied by natural hotspring spas.

Even if the volcano 🌋 remains active, its last eruption goes back to 1707. Some are still doubting for a possible wake up since the terrifying earthquake of March 11th, 2011.

⬇️ Further down this page, discover our visit guide in Mount Fuji and around.
By Kanpai Last Updated on September 18, 2020 Mont Fuji