Snowcapped Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji is a very well known sight to people around the world. It’s a symbol of Japan. I’m very lucky to be able to see it on a regular basis. On Saturday morning, as I was riding the train, I could see Mt. Fuji, as well as the much closer Tanzawa-Oyama Mountains very clearly. I took these two pictures from the train with my phone in Izumi Ward, Yokohama. That morning was very cold and clear, so the air was incredibly clear.

The snowcapped Mt. Fuji is very prominent next to the much closer Tanzawa Mountains.

I zoomed in on Mt. Fuji to get a closer look. Looking great!

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Filed under Izumi-ku, Japan, Kanagawa, Mountains, Nature, Yokohama

4 responses to “Snowcapped Mt. Fuji

  1. Beautiful shot. I heard that we can’t view a beautiful Mt.fuji during the summer. Now it’s a chance to enjoy it.

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  3. S Fraser

    What a great pic. Fuji San is renowned for being shy however in the colder months you have a better chance to see the wonder that is Fuji.

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