It was almost a year ago when I first visited Mt. Fuji 5th Station just to look around. I was immediately fascinated with the number of hikers ready to conquer the 3,776m inactive volcano. I vowed to myself that I shall return on the next hiking season and be on of those that can proudly […]Read more "I Climbed Mt. Fuji !"
If there is one thing that best represent Japan’s natural beauty, it has to be the highest mountain- Mt. Fuji. The 3,766m symmetrical cone shaped mountain has inspired poet and artist for decades, where it was often depicted with the top- half covered in snow. My first visit to the mountain was last year, during […]Read more "Mt. Fuji “Shibazakura” Flower Festival"
With its symmetrical cone and peaks covered with snow, it is one of the most popular subject of Japanese art, whether using traditional color painting or by modern digital images. Consider as one of the holy mountain, climbing Mt. Fuji is a sort of a pilgrim for most Japanese, secondary to the pride of conquering […]Read more "5th Station, Mt. Fuji"