Mount Fuji


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Noun1.Mount Fuji - an extinct volcano in south central Honshu that is the highest peak in JapanMount Fuji - an extinct volcano in south central Honshu that is the highest peak in Japan; last erupted in 1707; famous for its symmetrical snow-capped peak; a sacred mountain and site for pilgrimages
Nihon, Nippon, Japan - a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has recently announced the launch of its Helicopter Flycation, which includes a private helicopter tour of Mount Fuji and luxurious accommodation.
VAR of both of them attempting to spot Mount Fuji out the window
And then it was followed by many smaller aftershocks, indicating Mount Fuji was under high pressure.
At 1,085 metres this was comparatively easy training in preparation for Japan's highest peak, Mount Fuji, conquered a month later.
Swiss daredevil Yves Rossy soared like a supersonic swallow around Japan's holy Mount Fuji in his custom-built jet suit.
Its outstanding features were a wide rear skull, short narrow snout and forward-looking eyes Pic: ANDREY ATUCHIN/UNIVERSITY OF UTAH/PA WIRE JAPAN Yves Rossy, known as the Jetman, flies by Mount Fuji.
2 MOUNT FUJI Japan IT'S impossible to write about the world's top volcanoes without mentioning Mount Fuji.
Islamabad, Oct 5 ( ANI ): China is to blame for high mercury levels atop Japan's beloved Mount Fuji, a Japanese study has claimed.
The United Nations body selected the mountain as a 'cultural' rather than a 'natural' heritage site, stating that Mount Fuji had 'inA[degrees] spired artists and poets and been the object of pilgrimage for centuries'.
Japanese students, studying at a university in the foothills of Mount Fuji, are among thousands taking part in the latest internet trend of simulating Dragon Ball attacks.
The Northwest was imagined as having a Japan-like landscape (Mount Rainier was likened to Mount Fuji), a notion reinforced by Japanese immigrants who settled in Hood River, Oregon, whose Mount Hood also reminded them of their beloved mountain (the Mount Fuji connection continued in 2010 with the National Park Service's Mount Rainier-Mount Fuji Sister Mountain Curriculum Project).
The most popular leg has to be the 325-mile stretch from Tokyo to Osaka, which has great views of Mount Fuji.