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Views of beautiful Mt. Fuji

Mount Fuji on a cloudy summer day. (Annamika Konkola/YJI)

Yamanashi, Japan – Although Mount Fuji – one of Japan’s most iconic images – is often pictured as a snow-capped mountain on a cloudless winter day, the area is ever-changing and is equally as mesmerizing against the sunny backdrop of summer.

The Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station overlooks a blue sky and trees. (Annamika Konkola/YJI)
Fujisan Komitake Shrine. (Annamika Konkola/YJI)
One of the lakes at the base of Mount Fuji (Annamika Konkola/YJI)
From a viewpoint at 2,305 meters. (Annamika Konkola/YJI)
Marker commemorating a point 2,305 meters up the mountain. Mount Fuji is 3,776 m tall. (Annamika Konkola/YJI)
A torii, nestled within a line of trees. (Annamika Konkola/YJI)
Another view from the Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station. (Annamika Konkola/YJI)

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