Mount Fuji, a weakened highlight site
Highest summit in Japan, 3776 meters or 12 388 feets, mount Fuji is an active stratovolcano. Hovewer the lastest eruption occured in 1707.
Its environment has been deeply weakened. Many reasons to that, its extraordinary natural site and its influence on buddhist and shinto religions have made mount Fuji a spot visited by many japanese and international tourists.
Mount Fuji’s perfect symmetrical shape often helped painters, sculptors, drawers and poets looking for some inspiration.