Epic Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, standing at a majestic 3,776.24 metres tall. 🗻 The exceptional symmetry and picturesque snow-capped peak has made omniscient Fuji-san a symbol of Japan and the landmark has inspired artists and poets for centuries.
On a rare clear day, Fuji can be seen from the observation decks of Tokyo’s skyscrapers. However, the shy peak often prefers to hide behind the clouds. One of the best places to get a good view of Mount Fuji is Hakone National Park, less than 100 kilometres from the capital. The park is noted for hot springs as well as scenic views of Fuji across serene Lake Ashi. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even climb Mount Fuji in July and August.
Have you travelled to Japan and if so, did you manage to capture a shot of the elusive Fuji-san?
Received my grades today and I can officially say I will soon graduate from Rikkyo University, as a double degree student.
What's a double degree? That's when you get 2 master's degree in 2 years instead of 4. In other words, it's as if you could be at 2 places at the same time ... -------------------------------------------
J'ai eu la chance de pouvoir faire un double diplôme de master au Japon. Un double diplôme, c'est recevoir 2 master (un français et un japonais) en 2 ans au lieu de 4. En gros c'est comme ci tu pouvais être à deux endroits en même temps ...