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The best position to see Mt. Fuji
Source of photo: https://hellonavi.jp/attraction/shizuoka-trip/fujisan.html／https://www.pref.yamanashi.jp/ysd-kensetsu/doroiji/fujisan_view_point.html
This issue is often discussed in Japan. This Japanese iconic mountain is on the border between two prefectures: Shizuoka and Yamanashi. The two prefectures have been bickering about which prefecture Mt. Fuji belongs to. About the best position to see it, I’m sure it’s Yamanashi (to the north of Mt. Fuji), though I once lived in Shizuoka (sorry, Shizuoka people!). Things show different expressions depending on how they’re viewed, and this “how” sometimes has more effect than what things exactly are.
Mt. Fuji in Hokkaido
Hokkaido is the northern-most part of Japan, and so is completely out of the above skirmish. To tell the truth, there are many (more than 400!) mountains called “Mt. Fuji in XXX” in Japan. Japanese people want to brag about local mountains by using an analogy to Mt. Fuji. Among such a lot of Fuji-like mountains, the one in Hokkaido – the official name is “Mt. Yotei” – is said to be best.
I like Mt. Yotei better than Mt. Fuji, not because I’m from Hokkaido, not because I just believe it’s more beautiful, but because I can see it closer. You can’t have the overview of Mt. Fuji from the mountain foot because it is surrounded by a big sea of trees. When seen from a distance, Mt. Yotei is just a beautiful mountain similar to Mt. Fuji, but when coming closer, we will be also fascinated by the mass of the mountain. Not only angle but also distance to see something has an effect on our impressions.
Our furniture in hotels, offices, etc.
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