Mountain 経験

Mountain 経験

Mount fuji at Lake kawaguchiko, Sunrise

Mount fuji at Lake kawaguchiko, Sunrise

Mt.Fuji, Cherry Blossom.  HOST FAMILIES NEEDED for high school exchange students from Japan.  Contact OCEAN for more information.  Toll-Free: 1-888-996-2326; E-mail: info@ocean-intl.org; Web: www.ocean-intl.org

Mt.Fuji, Cherry Blossom. HOST FAMILIES NEEDED for high school exchange students from Japan. Contact OCEAN for more information. Toll-Free: 1-888-996-2326; E-mail: info@ocean-intl.org; Web: www.ocean-intl.org

Lake Yamanaka, Yamanashi, Japan

Lake Yamanaka, Yamanashi, Japan

Mt. Fuji and Green Tea Farm, Shizuoka, Japan

Mt. Fuji and Green Tea Farm, Shizuoka, Japan

Mount Fuji and green tea fields, Shizuoka, Japan

Mount Fuji and green tea fields, Shizuoka, Japan

Mount Fuji (reverentially and affectionately known as 'Fujisan') is Japan's highest mountain (3,776.24 m = 12,389 ft). An active stratovolcano which last erupted in 1707–08, Mount Fuji's exceptionally symmetrical cone, (snow-capped several months a year), is a well-known symbol of Japan and can be seen from Tokyo on a clear day. A World Heritage List Cultural Site which has “inspired artists and poets and been the object of pilgrimage for centuries”

Mount Fuji (reverentially and affectionately known as 'Fujisan') is Japan's highest mountain (3,776.24 m = 12,389 ft). An active stratovolcano which last erupted in 1707–08, Mount Fuji's exceptionally symmetrical cone, (snow-capped several months a year), is a well-known symbol of Japan and can be seen from Tokyo on a clear day. A World Heritage List Cultural Site which has “inspired artists and poets and been the object of pilgrimage for centuries”

Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.

Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.

Dragon volant au-dessus du mont Fuji Fujigoshi Ryū Zu | Les œuvres d'Hokusai sont également empreintes de mythologie. Le maître japonais la mélangeait parfois avec des paysages plus communs comme ce dragon qui survole le Mont Fuji, l'un des paysages les plus présents dans l'art japonais.

Hokusai, maître de la nature

Dragon volant au-dessus du mont Fuji Fujigoshi Ryū Zu | Les œuvres d'Hokusai sont également empreintes de mythologie. Le maître japonais la mélangeait parfois avec des paysages plus communs comme ce dragon qui survole le Mont Fuji, l'un des paysages les plus présents dans l'art japonais.

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