Mt. Fuji from Shizuoka side
Mt.Fuji from the viewing area of Shizuoka prefecture office. Isn’t this “omote-fuji,” or side of Mt. Fuji, impressive?
A View of Mt.Fuji from Lake Shojiko and a mirror reflection of Mt. Fuji.
A view of Mt.Fuji from Lake Shojiko, Yamanashi prefecture.
This side of Fuji looks brave in some way.
It’s rare to see such a beautiful mirror reflection of Mt. Fuji.
A view of Mt.Fuji from Numazu Port.
Mt. Fuji from Numazu City that is located across Shizuoka city by Suruga Bay looks a little shy.
Mt. Fuji from window of Shinkansen (bullet train).
Shizuoka Prefecture is a long prefecture from the east and west, and you can see Mt.Fuji from Mishima to Fujigawa while riding a shinkansen.
Mt. Fuji from an airplane from Haneda to Itami.
En air route from western Japan to Haneda, you can see Mt. Fuji’s left side.
Mt. Fuji appears in sea of clouds.
En air route from western Japan to Haneda, you can see Mt.Fuji’s left side.
Unfortunately it was cloudy, but it is worthwhile to be the highest mountain in Japan.
Seeing Mt. Fuji beyond the Sagami Bay.
The Sagami Bay has already been covered by a veil of darkness. However, Mt. Fuji is still shining in the late afternoon sun.
Mt. Fuji illumination on Enoshima lookout and Mt. Fuji
Past the blinking illumination of Mt. Fuji on the lookout, you can see Mt. Fuji through the trees.