From early July to early September, in Japan, you can climb Mt. Fuji (3,776 m). At this time, Mt. Fuji has almost no snow. It takes about 7 hours on foot from the 5th station where the bus arrives to the top. If you are climbing, I recommend watching the sunrise at the top. At the moment the sun rises, it gets really warm, and you can see wonderful views in front of you!

Photos of the Climbing Mt. Fuji in the summer

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