Mt. FUJI Travel Guide

PIANOWAGON
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 Iconic Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and was designated by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in June 2013. Mount Fuji and the Fuji Five Lakes (Fujigoko) are among the most popular destinations for international travelers in Japan. This guidebook is illustrated with beautiful photos and covers a wide range of topics: local foods, festivals, hotels, onsen (hot spring), popular sights, superb view points, shrines, hotels and transportation. This guide will help you plan a day trip from Tokyo or Kyoto or a longer visit exploring the area. The first edition of the comprehensive "Mt. Fuji Travel Guide" was compiled by the editorial team of the DeepJapan travel website in cooperation with the tourism divisions of local governments and organizations.


Contents:

Mt. Fuji, Introduction

Finally, a World Cultural Heritage Site

The Fuji Five Lakes Region (Fujigoko)

Approaches To Mt. Fuji Area

Scenes of Mount Fuji

Sightseeing

Mt. Fuji Climbing

Eating

Events

Accommodation

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About the author

DeepJapan is currently presenting an advisor or "Senpai" network of more than 400 long term international residents of Japan on the website "deepjapan.org". DeepJapan works to provide inside tips and hints, from the local "Senpai", on how to better enjoy a visit to the Land of the Rising Sun. Approaching 2000 articles on everything regarding travel in Japan. DeepJapan gives insight on  the "how to" "why" "what do do" and "where to go" for the interested international guest.

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Publisher
PIANOWAGON
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Published on
Jun 22, 2014
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Pages
226
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Language
English
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Genres
Travel / Asia / Japan
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This content is DRM protected.
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