Slow Motion : Mount Fuji and Shinkansen from the Fields of Shin-Fuji City

In the heart of Shin-Fuji City lies a world of captivating beauty waiting to be discovered. As the gentle breeze carries the scent of blooming flowers, one can’t help but feel a sense of tranquility wash over them. The expansive fields, stretching as far as the eye can see, create a serene backdrop for an encounter with Mount Fuji—the majestic icon that stands tall in the distance. And amidst this picturesque setting, the Shinkansen gracefully glides along its tracks, a testament to Japan’s technological prowess. It’s a symphony of nature and innovation, an experience that leaves a lasting impression on the soul. Come, join us on this remarkable journey and let the magic of Shin-Fuji City capture your heart.

Fuji Shibazakura festival : Pink wonder world of Moss Phlox

Stereotypes say that girls like all things pink? Well get ready to enter the world of pink, and you will love this place your gender notwithstanding. The Fuji Shibazakura Festival (富士芝桜まつり, Fuji Shiba-sakura Matsuri) proved to be one of the biggest surprise for me in my 18th year in Japan. I have never been to this

Mount Fuji from the Ichikawa I-Link Observation Deck

Mount Fuji is frequently is part of the wood block prints or Ukiyoe. It is common to see towering depictions of the Mount Fuji which was easily visible from most of the locations in Tokyo, then called the City of Edo. With Towering mansions, office buildings and overall development including clean air, being able to see

Mt. Fuji view from Tokyo : Wakasu Koen (Park) in Koto Ward

Look at any wood block prints, Ukiyoe from the Edo period of the Edo (Tokyo) City and chances are that you will find Mount Fuji in the distance. The iconic mountain, in absence of the skyscrapers was visible almost from anywhere in the city which unfortunately is no more the case. The most famous wood

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