Japan’s highest mountain, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mt Fuji, has been a source of inspiration for artists and pilgrims throughout the ages. You’re likely familiar with the nearly symmetrical, often snow-capped cone of Fuji-san — as the mountain is known locally — through images of Japanese classical artworks, most famously in the print series by Hokusai, Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji. We’ve narrowed it down to the eight best ways to view the country’s most famous site.
Mount Fuji by Bullet Train
Get a great view of Mt Fuji from the Shinkansen.
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